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WHITE  ROCK
Per  Residential  Sites  See
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Stye Statin
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 113.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  TUESDAY MORNING. JULV 18, 1911.
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WHITE   ROCK
Por  Residential  Sites See
ITE, SHILES ft CO.
WE8TMINSTER.
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19)1
I: ThrZ*. TXUre Weeks Till The Big Auto Coilip^tkfn Closes
PRICE FIVE CBNTB,
^ PROTEST AGAINST      | several fokst fires     local ACCOUNTANT
RESTRICTED AREA'
ACCOMPANY GREAT HEAT
CITY     COUNCIL     RESOLVED     TO
MAKE   ANOTHER   SUCCESSFUL;
EFFORT TO WIPE OUT SEGREGATED DISTRICT.
Outbreak Near Coquitlam Lake���Two
Cases in Burnaby Are Promptly
Checked���Yale Conflagration.
CHOSEN AS AUDITOR
IMPROVEMENT Of      :NEW release system     council HAS OffER
BURNABY IAHEI      at provincial jail
SIDNEY  MALCOLMSON   SELECTED   DISCUSSION     ON     RECLAMATION!
For   the  greater    part    of  ninety
minutes  yesterday evening the civic
On account of the highly inflammable nature of the forest now, several outbreaks of flre are reported.
The most serious has been in   pro-
FROM TEN APPLICANTS ON |
FIRST BALLOT AS OFFICIAL���1/
8ALARY  TO  BE ARRANGED.       !.'
6CHEME BY MUNICIPAL COUN-
CIL���APPROVAL OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN  IS GIVEN.
Safeguards In Case of Fire Outbreak
Are Being Installed���Applied
First in Victoria.
OE JAPANESE TREES
Ten names  were before the    city
council last evening for election    as
ALDERMEN OBJECT TO GIFT OP
CHERRY PLANTS FOR QUEENS
PARK���ADMIRAL TOGO TO BE
ASKED TO PLANT TREE HERE.
Over three    hours    of yesterday'*
session at tne municipal hall, Burna-
father.. discussed  fr.,...    every    view-, g* ^ou�� .^nd'k^ astound AsMr- 'c,ty audltor for the en8,llng term' "���*!*���  WaS lak<sn  up by  the council a3
point the question of   the    restricted;
district, and of ways and means   to1
be found to clear for all time    this
objectionable spot from    tbe    Royal
City. I
The matter was brought to the at-
tsntlon of the council by the receipt
of a petition from twenty female resi- "���������� ��� occurrea �� ti
dents on Eleventh street between' L/lmo"ds road and Sixth street, and
Queens and Third avenues, asking !he other at the back ot the power
that an alleyway be built behind ,hous,e', near the Vancouver road. For-
their respective residences, as it was tunately there was not much damage
unsafe for respectable women to walk done in elther c<"��e owing to prompt
down Eleventh street, owing, they acTh"' ���,��� .�� ��. ��_1
alleged, to the objectionable houses|v, "rV the timber between
at the foot of Eleventh street. !^a'e. and Spuzzum is now    well    in
At the same sessMa two letters ���""d,fand a 8.ta" ��' mven have been
were read by Alderman Campbell, "nBtBf"wa"1 t0 "*** *��� flre- which
chairman of the board of works, from ���mna_    * 1uantltr ��f "landing
owners of lots who were willing   to;
sacrifice   part   of   their   property     in, F|rit Dr0wn,      c
order that the alleyway be made. The      n����,������.     i u.   io    T.n.r,
two citizens who were   assessed   at'    **?Jj*   J"ly   ".-While   seeking
$525 and $500 respectively, would let  25* 'ro���_the_oppreaalve heat wave
able yesterday to move the women on the flr8t ba,Iot Sidney Malcolmson a committee of the whole in discuss-
and children from the camps near was elected b>' a majority vote. The Ing the Western Canada Power by-
tbe new dam. ln case of their lives  followlDe were the candidates: , law, which was finally agreed upon,
being Imperiled. I    Robert Burns Hutchinson, Langley;      At a meeting of the board of works,
Two  fires   broke  out  In   Burnaby 'Helliwell   Moore    MacLachlan,   Van-J held immediately after, the question
and    men    were    impressed to fight *couv*r:   Percy  Howard, auditor    tor, of a motor car line along the Barnet
North Vancouver, and late official; road to Port Moody came up again,
auditor ln Saskatchewan; Alfred when Mr. Simons, at the request of
Shaw, Vancouver; Allen K. Edwards, the council, addressed the members.
C. A. (England), Vancouver, assisted Mr. Simons briefly stated his project
in    audits   in   Victoria   and   Prince to run cars along the road as already
Rupert;  Sidney Malcolmson, of   tli la  Btated,  and   a   committee  consisting dlle course improvements of a simlla.-  cherry trees for Queens park
A  very important Improvement   la'
i projected for the provincial Jails   of , . ������
1 British Columbia, and one which wlll      _ .    ,
make for the safety of the Inmates.' Yesterdays weekly meeting of the
It Is the Installation of a series of clty council was a lengthy one, and
automatically releasing steel fronts although the mayor did not take the
on all cell doors, to enable the quick chair untll forty minutes after the
release of prisoners in the event of regular tlme> ft maM of bugineM WM
nre.
The  first  contract,    covering    the  transacted before    rising    at eleven
Victoria Jail, has been let, the work  thirty.
to be done by the    Canadian  Wire Breeze Over Japanese  Trees.
Goods Manufacturing company, of J. R. Tokumaru, managing director
Hamilton, by September 1. ' of the  Rising Sun  Realty company,
The measurements have been taken of this city, wrote asking the city's
for the provincial Jail here, and   In  acceptance of one hundred Japanese
and
city; H. J. A. Burnett, of this city; of Reeve Weart, Councillors McDon- character will be unlcrtaken, as else- further suggested the erection of a
Arthur V. Kenah, of Vancouver; aid and McGregor were appointed to where in the province. The lighting Japanese tea house in that park. In
Moses B. Cotsworth, late auditor; J. go fully into the matter. .apparatus of each Jail is to be ex- the course of his letter, it appeared
Godson, who made bis appointment) Burnaby Lake Improvement. I amlned, and wherever desirable is to that Admiral Togo would be ln Van-
subject to satisfactory salary terms.! B. G. Walker, J. P., ln an eloquent be thoroughly overhauled. , couver next month, and that nrrange-
Alderman Dodd moved for a show  address pointed out the scenic    ad-  >..,.,._ ~uA4j~.a ments were being perfected for   the
of  hands,   but   the   standing  orders  vantages of Burnaby lake, the possi-
CABINET  CHANGES
admiral to visit this city to plant a
  .pas subject to satis- creek and the Brunette river, dredge  Hon' Walter Scott, with    a   cabinet Henley were the mover and seconder
factory    arrangements    being   mada the bottom of the lake, and fill Ih the *Sr' v   t1ran8ier of ^on' Frank that the matter be taken under con-
o "~   �����������*_ , fill <-Jit��      t r*      tho      l,n<ird      r\W      *>illn.n��      .nnm _fj *��__        ��� . ���
Killed by Automobile.
Seattle, July  18.���Fred Hlscock,
injured yesterday afternoon when he
was struck by an automobile in this
city. The driver of the car is held
by the police authorities, pending enquiries.
Oliver to the board of railway com-  sideration by the parks committee
missioners.  I    Alderman Lynch, in the course of
' ~      ~~~    ��� ' a   somewhat   heated  argument,  said
German Naval  Review. that ag long as he wag chaiman Qf
Berl.n, July 17.���According to   to- the parks committee he 'would have
render an appointment necessary   to  hillty of reclaiming a large quantity I ARE  FORESHADOWED commemoration   tree.     The   cherry
be made by  ballot, which was duly of land around the lake by dredging, I ' trees had already been ordered from
spread?-** the motion of Alderman and explained to the council that the      Ottawa, July 18.���There is only   a the nurseries at Yokohama.
Lynch. , solicitor to tbe promoters, R. L. Reid,   sma11 attendance so far of the mem-     Aldermen Gray and Campbell mov-
wlilrh Is u��Kuhn.    .,*-.*,���    ,ii       . , In answer  to Alderman Campbell,  had  advised  that  the  council  could  b*r8   *��r   tbf   opening of the House  ed  and  seconded  respectively    that
the ground go for $210 and $300 re-  .��� "J��� "*    ��*f""   *�����   **�����>  the mayor said nothing was stated in alone carry the scheme out. after the  adjournment.    Gossip con-  the acceptance .of the trees be not
spectlvely, so that .their   wives   and afternoon    This i�� th   n   t *        t      the advertisement as to salary, and      The project was to clear out Still ��ectB ^eJTe���leT   ��1* Saskatchewan, made, while Aldermen Johnston and
children  might  be  enabled  to   walk        ,**���* lh|        "'ne nr8t arownmg  the appointment wa  *
down to the business portion of   the I00***** ������ seaaoa
city without passing by way of lower:
Eleventh street.
In speaking to the motion. Alder-'    "!"!"*' vJ",y  1S?*Z% Hlsc��cK��
man Campbell said that this was only  IS^TJIIJSJ^SSSJ^*^
the commencement of trouble to   ti.e
city autliorlties.   It was in the hands
of the  councll  to  expropriate    those
two    sections   of ground which    bad
been offered to them, and he moveJ
that   the  council   buy  them  for    the
purpose  of opening   up an  alleyway
from Eighth to Third avenues.
Alderman Johnston,    in    seconding
the  motion, said it  was    high    time
that  the council took  the matter of
the restricted district up, and settled
it once and for all.    Good ratepayers
who were endeavoring to bring their
young children up In the right manner bad to be protected by the councll,  the only  people who could deal
With the affair.   Matters were coming
to   a   Btrange   pass   when   ratepayers
and owners Of property bad to appeal   to  tlie  council   for  relief  fiom
A Valuable Cargo.
Seattle, July 18.���The steamer
Humbolt arrived from Alaska last
night with $100,000 in gold bullion
from the Dawson district. The gold
will be shipped to the smelter at
San Francisco.
with the candidate elected. i muskegs surrounding parts of the pro
1 The vote was declared by City perty. It was estimated that 1300
Clerk Duncan as follows: Malcolm- acres of land would be reclaimed,
son four, Cotsworth two, Kenah one. which at a conservative estimat-3
Mayor Lee did not take a ballot would mean a value of $2,000,000.
paper. Mr. Malcolmson was then At a recent meeting of Burnaby
formally elected. Lake Improvement Scheme companv,   ,, ..,, , - ��� ���
  of which P. J. Hart was president   it      ar>. WiiU  wtness the great German  spoke in favor of
was decided  to ask  the council's as-   "^L o��  !?.   *L Swlnemunde    on  ring that    the    tr.
HARBOR  sistance.     Mr.     Walker     continuing.      	
said that with the   improvement   of
CHOLERA BREAKS OUT
IN NEW YORK
New York, July 17.���The fight to the lake, it would become one of the
bar cholera from the port    of    New finest resorts in British Columbia, and
York continued today with a federal a splendid centre for the holding of
expert  helping  the  local   health  de- regattas, aquatic sports and boating.
day's papers, Queen Mary of England, no Japanese outfits in the citv parks
the   Prince    of   Wales    an.l   1'rincess      Mayor Lee and Alderman Johnston
the scheme, aver-
     ..ees,    which    were
August 30, at which the Austrian and handsome plants, would tend ta
Turkish heirs and the PrUice of Mon- beautify the public spaces in this
aco also will be guests. The British city. Alderman Johnston questioned
party will first visit their elderly re- if a chairman of anv committee could
latlve, the Dowager Grand Duchess turn round and tell the council he
of Mecklenburg-Strelitz    and   follow- Vould not take any    matter    under
DONKEY ENGINE EMWS UP
ON FRENCH BAKQliE IN PORT
partment.    The 248 persons    who ar-      Reeve   Weart  moved  that  lnstruc-  ~e. *,he navaj revl��w will proceed to advisement when the council had put
' rived here two  weeks    ago    on &e  tions  should  be lBsued  the  assessor F����*Mn *? be Present at the review  the matter to his committee,   lt waa*
steamer Moltke  and are  still  unifcr to compile for Mr. Walker and    his  ��^. the_ autumn parade  ot the guard '-he thought, without precedent lu tho
:.clty.
   ��� J    Answering the last speaker, Alder-
eteamer  roomce  ana  are  sun   unoer  **��� *-*>**>-v**-<*  ���">   war.   vvamer ana    ms   -mr-  a    .     -w      ���*
observance, will undergo bacteriolofei- colleagues the assessment of the pro-,        aeptemoer  i.
cal examinations and a   more   rlfeid perty wliich would be benefitted.
quarantine wlll be enforced at Swinburne island,  where  fifteen  cases of
the disease are confined with others
I under suspicion.
Another death from cholera  occur-
this   sort   of   thing.    The   machinery  Chief Engineer Killed and Two Sailors   Ted at the Swinburne Island  hospital
of the law must lie set in motion and -'-���������'    ���'���-    --���-������- . ���-      ������      .  ��� .*
the  whole  matter dealt  with    by    a
strong hand.
If the restricted district was done
away with, it would be more difficult
to know just where to lay hands on
the wrong-doers,    Time and again lie
Injured When Explosion Suddenly Occurs.
Guarantee of Bonds.
Personally, said Reeve Weart, he
would be willing to urge the council I
to guarantee the bonds for the con-.'
struction of the work. Not only look-j
ing at it from the ratepayers' view, I
but also from the general public's!
view, in that in his opinion it would
GASOLINE LAUNCH FIRES:
man Lynch said plainly that hs did
| not believe in accepting presents ot
; this    nature    when    the    ratepayers
TU/fl fiTUI^   IDC  Dl/llU'lUPn  would not come forward and allocate
certain sum of money for the pur-
,' pose of beautifying their own parks.
���^��������� | If the ratepayers  wanted  the    parks
_     .. ,    ���.     ,       . ....   .       _,. decorated thev could by vote sav so.
Terrible D.saster at Windsor Through ^ thg ^ ^ m'not shovi7th��i
Petrol  Catching on  Fire���Two
Victims of Accident.
Vhey  were  in  that   way of  thinking.
j Eventually the mction to leave    the
| matter in the hands of the parks committee  was  carried.
'. City   Hall  Site.
during  the   night,   making   the   total
six.    The    latest    victim    is    Francis
Farander,  aged   14.    The   quarantine   fo,m   one  of  the   finest,   if  not    the I
officers said today that conditions at   finest, attraction in B. C, it being the (
  'Hoffman    island    were    satisfactory,  only  available inland  watering  place.
I The steamer Perugia, from the Medi-  at present on  the  mainland,  and he I
Tacoma, July 18.���Yesterday after-  terranean, is still at anchor in quar-, heartily endorsed the project, I
had heard of a certain class of women  noon an explosion occurred cn board  tine, wliile her passengers are under      Councillor    McGregor    also    spo!ce I .
being bailed up before the police and  the French barque Nax, which camo  observation. : upon the same lines, while in a few j     Windsor, Ont., July IS.���A terriblo -   information was received from the
having    been    fined    for    operating into this port some davs ago to load  I well  chosen  words  C\incIllor Coldl-  disaster  is   reported  from  this  city assistant secretary of the department:
houses of ill-fame.    While he would  lumber before starting  on  her  long' Porcupine Fire Out. | cutt added  hls opinion to the unani-  yesterdav.      Owing    to    a    gasoline  ��r the interior in reply to the letter
not like to say that the police went   run to the land of tbe tri-color.        i     Toronto, July 18.���All the fires are  mous sentiment of all. | launch, in which a party of holiday .;[��mJ.^rBmay?5J ,l P,refp��ra'!��n^ \��f
no further, it struck hlm as strange      The donkev engine which had been  extinguished    at    Porcupine.      The      Finally a commlittee of the whole  makers   were   enjoying   themselves,  "" *ene rs patent ror JotJ. mock it.
that the police who had powers vest- working well* Immediately previously,  local relief fund anuMtff to $47,000,  was  formed  immediately  to go into  taking flre there was a fearful explo- g>m����e- a tiear title .o tne cnj w*-.,.>
ed in them to bring offenders to the  suddenly exploded and the chief eng!-  nnd the work of rebuilding Cochrane  the scheme with Mr. Walker,
courts, that these women who wero neer who was standing near chatting and   the mines   at Porcupine   have Engineer and Contracts,
with a friend who had been visiting
him, was Instantly killed. Two sailor:-,
were badlj- scalded and had to be
treated ashore,
dally breaking thu laws were permitted to continue their objectionable calling. There wa�� a remedy,
tlie alderman maintained, whereby
tho nuisance could be adapted and
he was willing, and anxious to take
up  the  cudgels in thc fight  against
this evil. 	
Alderman Campbell said that in' Mulhelm, ' Ba.len, July 17. ��� A
his opinion tlie great trouble to bo through express from Basil, Switzerland and tho question to be answered  was would tlie respectable womtu
lady
under way and would be transferred
were immediately everything was iu readi-
This lot   is    the site of    the
TWELVE   PASSENGERS
KILLED  IN  WRECK
members    of   the    party
commenced.    Seventeen  bodies  were      A  desultory discussion  ensued tip-  drowned, and a number of their com-  ness-
interred    yesterday     at    Deadman's on two or three clauses in the engi- panions so severely injured that they  Present city^nan
Point, | ncer's report, it    being   alleged    by  had to be hurried to the hospital tor
-. ���  Councillor    Rumble    that    contracts  medical treatment. , ...
Coal Shortage Threatened. had  been   awarded  by   the  engineer      The    bodies    of    the    unfortunate  orphanage in enclosing a cheque for
Nelson,   July     18.-According     to  without the consent of the council.      I women  were  recovered  later to. tti  j���� ��� �����j�� TJJTJlLZZ
local coal dealers the high prices fo;-      On  enquiry  from  the engineer    it   day,  and   taken  to  the    undertaking
The Orphanage.
officials    of    the    Providence
who had sent in the petition, or
that matter of it any other women ir.
this city, care lo |40 to the polio,
station and subject herself to e\
aminatton when a charge of this kind
was laid, lie bad tried ever since
he went on the council to get to the
bottom of this trouble, and at one
time he was pleased to say that when
the council ordered this obj< ction-
abic class of women to get out they
got out. and quickly, too.
Alderman Bryson, while heartily in
sympathy with tbe motion, said the
matter  suggested   Itself  to  him   that
land, for  Berlin,    collided    with    a
heavy touring train and was wrecked   oWain  f"el  owing  to other demands
for here     today.      Twelve      passengers  uP��n the supply.	
were killed, while scores of others
were Injured, many of them seriously. Great confusion followed the accident, wliich occurred as the train
was cnteriing tlie station. The locomotive was derailed and was followed from tlie tracks by four cars.
These cars telescoped each other. At
the same time, the remaining cars
were thrown to the opposite side of
the track and plied up against a
train standing on the southbound
rail. Not a passenger in _the first
three  coaches  of the  train  escaped
coal  here next winter are inevitable,  was learned that in the contracts re-   parlors.    An  inquest has been order-
while a famine is greatly feared. Even  ferred  to.  the  engineer and Council-   e(j  so that tlie responsibility for the
if the strike is settled within the next  Ior McDonald had been appointed    a t_.jsaster may be fixed.
few   weeks  lt   will   be  impossible   to   committee wilh power to act. ,     Heroic    attempts    tn
Councillor Coldicutt moved, seconded by Reeve Weart, and carried
that the action of tho engineer should
be endorsed.
Earthquake  in Hungary.
Budapest,   July   17.���Tliere  was    a
recurrence  of the  severe  earthquake
shocks in the  Kecshemet district, 50
miles  southeast  of  here.   At   Kecshe-
frora the chairman of the finance committee (Alderman Johnston) the information that protests had been
made by those who were managing
'this institution, and lt had been found
that there was much good ground tor
that protest, as letters signed by Kv-
'Mayor Keary had been found which
apparently had given the orphanage
A Royal "Welcome.
Edinburgh, July IS.���The King and
Queen received a rousing reception
met two towers of the synagogue and yesterday on their arrival. The
the mosque were wrecked and the decorations were the most elavorate
walls of a number of buildings were the present generation of Scotsmen
cracked. have seen.	
save their
friends were made by the male members of the party, but all attempts to
rescue them were rendered futile owing to the awful BuddenneM of tte opportunity to enter protest*
affair, and the confusion on board the  i(   ^  iw^   ��  ^^  ^  ^^
boat. matter ln the hands of the finance,
committee,
Miscellaneous.
*    Dr.    Doherty,      medical      superintendent of the mental asylum, applied
violant
-ai urday,
there was more In the subject than injury,
perhaps the other members of the The people of the little resort ap-
council had given u thought. The peared to have been stunned by the
two men wb > had ofTered to sell their magnitude of the disaster which has
little pieces ot back ground so that been equalled in recent years only by
nn alleyway might be put In there the accident at Mulheim-Amdalrhein
doubtless had In mind if this was on March ,10, 1900, wtien twenty-two
done that that property    would    In- passengers were killed In a collision.
crease  25 per cent.    In  value,    and,	
while he would like to believe that j Sir George Reid Hurt,
the intention of the men mentioned | London, July 17.���Sir George Reid.,
was that already stated they might the Australian high commissioner,1
be also thinking of the monetary side was Severely Injured In n motor cari
of the question. | accident near Broadstairs, Kent,   on
Answering a question  from  Alder-  Sunday.   His arm was broken   in two
man Henley, tlie mayor gave a ruling I places.
that  the council  need not  appeal  to 	
the  ratepayers before thev could ex-!���������������.'���������������������������������
Old Cannery is Destroyed
In Early Morning Conflagration
Five Violent Deaths.
Montreal. July 17.���FJ.ve
deaths occurred in the city i
Christiana Marcotti waajtfllid by a
street ear. An unknown EC n was ;.lso
killed by a street car. .lfi. Girouard,
a lineman of many years' espT^ienci,
was electrocuted. John Smith co,m-
mitted suicide by hanging. J '.����
Wilson died in the hospital as a t*
suit of being struck by a heavy stoi
wliile helping build a home.
This morning at ten minutes to
two, the disused cannery and wharf
at Queensborough wns burned to the
water's edge, and although it was
rumored that at least one man was
asleep on a launch tied up to a huge
tree,  from   investigations    made    by
venture too near the flying sparks
that for a time attention had to be
devoted to the actual scene of tlie
main outbreak  itself.
Axes   were -irouglit  Into play, and
for a six-Inch pipe connection and
valve on the new pipe line at the
asylum farm. The matter was referred to the water comittee to report.
On the motion of Alderman Gray,
seconded by Alderman Bryson, it was
.greed that the tenders for the various firms for the supply of sewer
pipes be referred to_the whole committee sitting as the board of works
to go into the mutter, and to visit the
a clearance made so that the launch
might be reached, but after a while
Chief Wntson, who was on the scene it was discovered to be hopeless, and
of the fire within five minutes after the further Inroads of the contiagra-
the call, lt Is clear that any men who tion were cut off and the Humes con south Denver
may have slept in the old ramshackle fined to a circumscribed area.
building the previous night left yes- The launch was burned up in n
terday morning with Sven Johnnsen. short period, the flames being thick-
a  Swedish  fisherman,  who  went    to   est around  the boat, and (-ending    M
Nitro Glycerin    I      l��iion,
wZXwil and'several iSfftota*** *< "������ Glazed Cement _ 1M,-In<
explosion In the iiitrogl.vcorlue company
house of the Dupont Powder factory,
about fifteen miles south of Denver,
according to a telephone report received by the coroner of Arapahoe
>unty.    The explosion was heard    In
in
of
Vancouver, so that    the
manufacture    might  b��
������������������������������������������������
pro-rlate. After other aldermen bad
spo''en strongly on the subject the
motion was carried, and the police
Instructed to ttake immediate action
In the matter.
Raise Insurance Rate.
Vl-.toria. Julv IR;���Joseph Lowery.
be"d of the London Salvage association, savs that the Insurance on ves-
fp'i uslnc the Inside passage to
Ala��'-a. wlll be raised shortlv. owing
to the largo number of accidents.
��� ���!
**> Record for Year. ���
��� The  highest  temperature in ���
��� the shade registered this year ���
��� was  reached  yesterday,  when ���
��� f0.4 degrees were indicated by ���
��� the mercury on the  Dominion ���
����� (.overnment    official     thermo- ���
��� 'meter. This Is 1.8 degrees hot- ���
��� ter than Saturlnv. the highest ���
��� figure bo far registered. ���
*. ���
��� ���������������������������������������������
the fishing grounds in a*smaller boat.
It was found by the chief thnt
nothing could save either the launch,
the wharf or tlie building, and attention was directed with willing workers to keep the flre and sparks from
setting nllr.ht an adjoining house
where some foreign fishermen and
tbeir families  were located.    Coplotl
lurid light in tlie sky for miles
around.
When it was seen that there was
a possibility of the boiler bursting
Chief Watson gave instructions for
all to Stand clear An hour after the
initial outbreak, the flames had been
subdued.
Fortunntelv   the    Hffht    wind    wns
supplies of water were poured on tho blowing in tbe opposite direction    to
house,  roofing  rnd   surrounding  out- the Inhabited houses, otherwise P;ere
bouses, but  so  fiercely  did  the    firo would   have   been   much   trouble    to
rage, and  so  dangerous  was  it    to contend with, and possible loss of life.
The New Auditor.
Mr. Malcolmson, known to
all sportsmen as "Sid," has
been a resident of this city
since TOO. being a native of
Goderich. Out. He hns been
an enthusiastic baseball and
lacrosee      player      and      was
formerly engaged with the
Schaake Machine Works. He
has been In private practice
for some time.
���
���
���
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���
���
l   ���
���
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process
studied.
Chief Operator George Rennk', of
the Lulu island bridge, reported in
connection with the tug boat Isaac
and the damage done to the bridge,
that he could bring independent witnesses to prove that he was fulhr
alive to his duties, and who would!
further prove that he was not responsible  for the recent accident.
The mayor wa3 authorized to oor-
lcct data and other information to-
lay before the railway commissioner*
when they meet in Vancouver iT
September, with reference to 0. N-
R. matters.
Heat  in  Vancouver.
Vancouver. July IS���Tho hot ;;
finds  the  record  a:   f\)  <R?srees
Monday,  a degree  hotter  th;m  J
day.
pell
for
un- PAGE TWO   "���,1'|WWKM
v THE DAILY NEWS.
TUE8DAV, JULY 18. 1911.
monogram W. N. C. Suitable reward given hy returning same to
McBride  &  Clarke, Collister block.
Wants
WANTED- TWO    FURNISHED
"'housekeeping rooms  for  two;     no
children.     Apply   Box   17,   Dau>
News office.
WANTKD���A BOY TO HERD COWS.
Apply to F. W. Smith'B milk ranch.
South Westmlnstei
WANTBD-A MAN TO DRIVE    DE
"melv    Hg.    Apply    Q-eens    Meat
Market. Columbia street.
VV.NTFI>_.\ ROUTE BOY FOR ED-i
^onds^strict.   Apply Daily News
office _^^^^^^^^^
Hendry, Vancouver bank block.
Telephone Newspaper.
OST-ALL BLACK MILKING COW.j    *  telephone   newspaper  has   long
one broken horn.   Return to Anglo! been ln operation at Buda Pesth. At
American   Lumber  company.    Van-1 certain  fixed   hours   throughout   the
couver.  j ^ay  a g00ti  reader  is  employed   to
news  along  telephone
FABIAN SOCIALIST
IS TOURING WEST
send   definite
LOST���GOLD    OPEN    PACE    WAL-!,Bena   ue��u"*   ��""���-   -������   ���-�����
tham watch, chain and locket with 1 wires to the houses and offices of sut
LOST ��� A HALF SOVEREIGN
brooch last Thursday night. Finder
kindly return same to Dally N"ewB
office, and oblige.
LOST���A SORREL HORSE. WHITE
face. Any Information should be
sent to  Royal Ctty Dye  Works.
FOUND.
-R.
LOSER
receive
scribers, so that each per
to hear the particulars he may desire I
without the delay of printing them
and circulating them In the successive editions of a newspaper. It i31
reported to be a complete success,
i Uie news being furnished in this man-1
i ner at a very little more than thc
cost of a dally paper.
���CANADIAN PACIFIC1
���   RAILWAY CO.
itces oi bu��- I
ison is able' MR. AND MRS. SIDNEY WEBB ARE
ON TRIP TO COAST���FAMOUSJ
IN BRITISH MUNICIPAL POLITICS AS REFORMERS.
WANTED TO BUY���A MODERN SIX
or seven roomed cottage on full
sized lot, cleared. State price and
terms to X. Y. Z��� Daily News office.
WANTED���YOUNG MAN AGED 26
desires position, expert stenographer and typist, bookkeeper,
first class commercial training-, reasonable salary accepted. Address
Box Y. M., News office.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs ln this vicinity.   Phone 624.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. It yoj
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin.
REID, CURTIS & DORGON
706 Columbia St.
HOUSE on Tenth   avenue,    Burnabv
side, five rooms, 50x100 foot lot to
lane;   perfectly cleared, high, vievrtj
property;      building   new.     $1700 '
$500 cash.
SAPPERTON home, short block from
Vancouver and city cars, size of lot
45x1 JO; has six rooms, all brand
new.   $1600, $500 cash.
TENTH avenue home near Second
street, on large piece of ground,
106x132 feet; house has Just been
rebuilt    and    is very    comfortable
Bhai.e; ground all in crop. $2600,
$1000 cash.
REID, CURTIS & DORGON
706 Columbia St.
Eastern        I
Excursions
TICKETS ON SALE:
July 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26. 27, 28.
August 3,'4, 5, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23,
28, 29, 30.
September 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7.
Going Limit, Fifteen Days.
Final Return Limit, October 31, 1911.
For rates and full information apply to
H. W. BRODIE, E. GOULET,
A. G. P. A. Local Agent.
Vancouver.
FOR    sai.p, ��� ~��,.._
livered to any part of city.
G. J., Daily News office.
r. caif_-A QUANTITY OF
FORb��te Lei��� hens, one and two
;Vea�� *f3��. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street. East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���RABBITS AND BEL.
gium hares, old and young ones
Apply to M., P. O.  Box 536,  New
Westminster.
* ���   ������  ���
FOR SALE���A NINE ROOM HOUSE,
modern, corner of Royal avenue
and Granville Btreet.   Apply Owner,
on premises.
FOR SALE-ONE FIVE
six room house with
conveniences. Apply
avenue.
AND ONE
all modern
214      Sixth
NOTICE.
I, William Frederick Gardiner,
architect, beg to announce that I
have severed my connection with the
flrm of Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
architects, New Westminster. In
future all personal letters to be addressed to me at 347 Pender street
Vancouver, where I shall continue to
practice.
Dated July 15, 1911.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connections
'Phone R672
FOR SALE--FIFTEEN TONS HAY,
cut and tn cock, close to tbe rVver
landing, at a bargain. W. 3. Kerr,
Limited, New Westminster, B. C.
TO RENT���FOR SUMMER HOLT
days at White Rock, two three
roomed tents and one four roomed
cottage. Apply immediately to
White, Shiles & Co., real estate
brokers,   Columbia   street.    Phone
mhm&\mi mm
B.C. Coast Service
Winnipeg, July It"..���Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Webb, of London, England,
well known members of tbe Fabian
society, have arrived in the city and
are registered at the Royal Alexandra
I hotel. They, are remaining in Win-1
nlpeg for the day when they will
leave for Vancouver, taking in sev-1
oral towns en route for the purpose
of making an inspection of the various conditions in the west.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Webb are equal-1
ly distinguished in the political world
of the old country, and since the in-
oeptlon  of  the  Fabian   society   they
have  been amongst  the most active,
of Its members.
Fabians Organize.
At the time when the society was
originally founded by Mrs. Annie Besant, Bernard Shaw, H. G..Webb, Dr
Clifford and  Hubert    Bland,    Sidney
Webb was one of the first to lend his
I assistance In  making the  movement'
| a success.   At the time of its founda-
i tion a large number of its prominent
i men in the world of literature   and
science had been converted to a be-
lief in socialism as taught by Robert
' Owen  and   Karl   Marx  and   Included
amongst this small number were men
of the reputation of Dr. A. R. Wallace, the well known contemporary of
Charles Darwin;    H.    M.    Hyndman, j
founder    of   the    Social    Dempcratlc
Federation;  Mrs. Despard, the proml
nent suffragette leader and others.    !
At an historic meeting of th|s small I
band of prominent men and women a
field of action was sketched out for
the purpose of preaching socialism to
a class of people  who In the ordin-
ary way would be left untouched by
the   public   utterances  of   the   more
revolutionary  type of socialist agitator.    It  was  decided   that  a   propo-!
Meet every Monday ln Labor haU,' 5&L&*���� work "Tl? be car|
.-, ' '.ried on ln such an unostentious man-
*��� pm- I ner  that  the   Influence   behind   the
F. H. Johnson,   business   agent ot- movement should be left ln the back
fice. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone ground.    It was hoped that by  "
L 508, Residence phone 501. means that men ot reputation
Special
Demonstration
ofthe
Chancellor
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WE8TMINSTER B.C.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
and others of the splendid line
of durable, economical, reliable and attractive
Gurney-Oxford S
and Ranges
now on display at our store���a demonstration that marks the aoth Century
^achievement in stove-making.   Come and examine the special points of
excellence���
The Oxford
Economizer
�����a marvellous device for the control of the heat. It gives a saving of 20%
in fuel, besides economy of time and labor.    A patent authorized only on
this line.
The Divided Oven Flue Strip is a great economy of food. AU
danger of failure ip baking is minimized with this clever arrangement for
even distribution of heat. There is no better test of practical stove-
wotk than this perfect oven control.
Another advantage lies in the Reversible Crate equipped with strong
interlocking teeth that save waste, maximum heat with less fuel.
The Broiler Top���the strong oven door, are excellent features���
and these all combine with attractive designs in wide variety of size
and price.
You are earnestly invited to come and inspect the Gurney-Oxford
line���for the good of your purse, your health, and "all the comforts
of home."
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
681 Columbia Street
this
and
F. G. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK
Phone  661.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B
���  identified herself with Its alms and almost of tbe shape ot a mitre.   They
means that men of reputation   and  several times appeared on  both po- were not born so; lt is a charm which
I standing of the members of the so-  licical and religious platforms to de- It given them ln early years.   What a
ciety would have the ear of the multi-  fend what she terma the  Inalienable mother does to the head of an Infant
tude    where    other   smaller    lights  right of women to exercise the vote. In order to force Rs tender pones to
would not be heard. | She  ls frequently  beard   on  a  Sua-  assume this shape ls almost   beyond
Preached  Socialism. 'day afternoon In the pulpits  of non-  Itself.    She lays the Infant on  the
Sidney Webb was one of the first conformist chapels and Is one of the "end of a board on which is spread the
to  adopt  this  method of   preaching Anost sought after speakers  at Worn- akin of an animal.   One extremity of
socialism  and  from that  Ume  untll  en's political meetings. ...   .    !this board has a_ hole where the hSad
the present he bas cohtlnually taken'-    Mr- w*bb ��*ated he preferred not is ��lacei: and ,l ,s ,ower than
a prominent part in directing the for-  to be interviewed as he_ waa in this rest
    the
laid down
TOR SALE-FIVE ACRE BLOCK ��j 11:00 PM
B. C. tram; excellent soil, */     ,^J200 om
acre.   Terms. Owner, 1801 Nanaimo^.OO^p.m.
FROM VANCOUVER
FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m Dally, except Tuesday
1:00 p.m    Daily
For Seattle.
   Daily
  Dally
For Nanaimo
  Daily
Union, Comox.
10:00 a.'
street, city.
WnL EXCHANGE ACREAGE ON
B C. tram for good building lot ln
citv.   1301 Nanaimo street, city.
VOR SALT'���THIS IS A SNAP FOR
a few days. A bungalow closo to
citv (new) on cleared lot. Price
$13H0. Terms, 3225.00 cnsh; balance il. 12. IS months at 7 per cent.
Hatt-Cook, 527  Front street.
ROOM TO RUNT���COMFORTABLE
furnished room and board with private family; use of phone and bath.
Gentleman required. Three minutes from post olfice. $.15 a month.
Apply A., Daily News office.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM, 610
Agnes street.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS,
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply Alex. Speck, 741 Front street.
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
furnished for two gentlemen, bath
loom   and     modern    conveniences.
,    Copeland, 511'a  Eighth street.
For Nanaimo,
2:00 p.m  Tuesdays
0:00 a.m.  ..Thursdays and Saturdays
For Prince Rupert and Alaska.
11 p.m Inly 18, 22, 29
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
SS. P. Beatrice.,. . July lit, Aug. 2, 17
For Hardy Bay and  Rivers Inlet.
8:30 a.m   Wednesdays
Upper Fraser River Route.
Leave Westminster 8:00 a.m. Monday,
I Wednesday, Friday.
Leave    Chilliwack,   7:00   a.m.    Tuesday.   Thursday,   Saturday.
For otber sailings and  rates apply
to
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
_,___��� to be interviewed as he waa in this rest .   The l��(*nt   .bei?e..
Box 772 tunes of the Liberal party in the di-  country chiefly on a holTaay and had  naked, she pushes back   nMM��
ireetion ot communistic socialism. As.n��t  yet  been   here  for   a   sufflcent  to this hole and applies to 1ton*
  a   member   of   the    London    County   length of time to enable bim to form  Torebead and under the headlft JB��W
g - I ���' Council he was looked upon as one of   any   accurate  opinions  of  the    state  of clay, which she bfhds with all he^
CORPORATION  OF  BURNABY.    I the  most  intluential  men in  the ex-   of the country. strength    between    the    two    little
  trejne progressive party and the work 1   .boards.    The infant cries and turns
I tbftt, he was able to accomplish, both I Marquis Succumba. .completely black, and the strain It ls
Applications are    invited    for    the  a8 a contributor to the daily press led      Boston, July  16.���Marquis   Charles ***** to suffer is such that a white
position of mounted constable at ?75  sir Gilbert Parker, himself a Conser-  J.  De  Bouthillier  Chavlgnv,  an  emi-  "uld ls seen to come  from its nosj
per    month.    Applicants    =*��*<��    ���*���">   -._.,..-  . ���,���t D,,,������,r ��.���>,.���
height, weight, present
and experience. None but men with
previous mounted experience need apply. Applications accompanied by
testimonials to be sent to the undersigned on or before noon of Monday,
Julv 17th inst.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,
Clerk.
Municipal Hall,  Edmonds, B.C.
*75   Sir Gilbert Parker, himself a Conser-  J-   De  Bouthillier  Chavigny,  an  emi-   -���  -  ���    	
state    nee,  Viitlvei t0 announce that Sidney Webb nent lecturer recently appointed pro. and ears at the time when the mothe,-
occupation  was tne most influential and best In feasor of French literature and poll-   Presses  on  Its  forehead.     It   sleeps
formed   man   that   the   progressives tics at Harvard university, died from  this way every  night  until  Its skull
ever had.    Since the resignation   of the effects of protracted heat at his  has taken on the shape which custom
Lord   Rosebery  from his position as home ln Brookline.   The marquis was  w,shes lt to receive.
     ~   ~       ' -' "- - born ln Paris 54 years ago and was I
TO RENT-ONE SUITE OF HOUSE-
Keeping room, furnished or unfura.
ished;  also room tor    two   gentle
men.    Apply 224 Seventh sireet.
TO KENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms in Cliff block, on
Sixth street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chapman, room 2. third lloor.
TO KENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
room?, with board. Apply 55 Royal
avenue.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hull Building
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, .may
now be ready to* open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
oTers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
hie
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co
lumbia  street.
LOST���A FOX TERRIER DOG, FIVE
months old, from 821! Holbrook
street on Tuesday afternoon. Undershot and with a growry on the
throat. Should anyone bo found
harboring the dog after this notice
a warrant will be caused to be issued, by the owner, .1. Jackson, 8211
Holbrook street. New Westminster,
SD. C
est is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B. C
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE   .
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL 6 ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
The      ^^^^^
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $(",,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending ln Canada from tlie
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cub.i,
throughout tlie Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without, delay
on all tlie principal Towns und
Cities in tlie World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES
5���Asylum.
G���Royal City Mills,
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
S���Opera  House,  Lorne  street.
0���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12-St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second  and   Park   Row.
14���Columbia ami Dufferin.
15���Burnett Mills, Sapperton.
lfi���Royal  Columbian  Hospital.
21���Queen's avenue and Third.
23���Queen's avenue and Sixth.
21���Third avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue and Fourth.
2fi���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third  avenue  and  Tenth.
32���Agnes und Sixth.
. 34���Schaake Machine Works.
I 35���Columbia and  McKenzie.
.36���C. P. R. Station.
: 42���Small and Bucklin Mills.
43���B. C. E. R. Railway Car Shops.
45���Eighth avenue and Twelfth.
40���Sixth avenue and Tenth.
chairman of the L. C. C. and at the
time when Hon. John Burns, now
president of the local government
board was making hls name as a socialist agitator and militant revolutionist, Sidney Webb and Mrs. Webb
brought their influence to bear on directing the fortunes of the radical
party until at tlie time of the County
Council election of 1906, which left
the progressives in a hopeless minority, the progressive party adopted as
the chief plank in their electioneering
platform the municipal (^nership oi
milk shops, pawn shops and trams,
thus following out almost tn its en
tirety the aims of the extreme socialist party.
Writer  on   Economics
11*11 11     JU     l   OiiP     ",      ..,....,     ��.r.���     ��������m
the ninth martinis of his title and the
eleventh count. For several years he
delivered lectures In Canada on 'educational topics and three years ago
came to Boston and Cambridge. He
leaves a widow, five daughters and
two sons, the latter now serving in
the French army.
THE   FLATHEAD   INDIANS.
VTIIICI       Uli      UVVIIVllllbl. iCally     arana.., ...a.^     ...    ..     mm. ������     . .	
Sidney Webb has been a frequent sued by the Bureau of American Eth
contributor to the Liberal organs as nology of the Smithsonian Instltu-
well as to a number of socialist publications. Tlie work of Mrs. Webb
has been largely confined to the popularizing of women's political organizations, chief amongst wliich was the
Women's Social and Political Union,
the suffragette society of whicb MrB.
PankhOrst was the founder. At the
time of the opening of militant tactics on the part of Annie Kenny and
the   l'ankliursls.   Mrs.   Webb    closely
FAMOUS  MINSTRELS COMING.
Honest   endeavor   will   always   'ye
crowned with success.   No doubt this
Is the reason  why  Richards & Prln-
gle's Famous Georgia Minstrels have
been so long before tbe public.     To
.make this season better than last, to
���give  the  public  a  better  show   this
year than last, has always been the
watchword     of      the      management.
.Wornout ideas, shabby  wardrobe and
questionable  acts   have   never   found
a  place  ln   their  program.     Not   a
tin est lon ii ble   word,  act  or   song   can
Biuu   ^*^  V1*��� ln  t,ie  performance given
tion, which was compiled and edited '** the ����>pany.    H��adB ��f '��"��'��"
by  Dr. John  It.  SwaWon,   says   the  often hesitate to take their mothers.
New York Tribune. sisters,  wives or  children to  a  mln-
Altbougb   head   flattening    Is  men-  strei  show  for this reason, but they
tioned  by   all   writers,   Dr.    Swanton  need have no fear to take them to a
points  out   that   the  only    good   de-  performance given  by  this company.
scrlption ofthe method by which it is  The program is absolutely clean and
brought  about   In  this   particular  re-  refined.    This company,  which  num
glon is the following from the Liixtim-  bers nearly forty people, wlll be seen
bourge Noir: at   tlie  Westminster opera    house to-
"They  have  the head   pointed  aud'night. Ij t\x
Deformity Cruelly Forced on the Children of Natchez Tribe.
The language, customs and manners of the Indian tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley and adjacent
coast of the Gulf of Mexico are graph-
described in a bulletin Just is-
n  the  "Toyma'.e:" tomorrow at tin
Ojera   House;     Miiri.il
land and Grace Reads.
Bradiey, Dixie  Dlair, Josie  Hart,  Edith    guthar. TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Wanted!
Tenders for clearing and ditching
222 acres of, land. Plans can be seen
at Diamond & Corbould's office,
rooms 1 and 2 Lavery block, Columbia
street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
UBee  Pnone .S*.     Barn  PMona 1��
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delltered   promptly   >
any part ol tt* city.
light and Heavy Hauling
T  OFFICK���TPAM DiPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
NEGLECTED FOR INVESTMENT
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
S% to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westmlnstei Iron Works
Phono  53.
Tenth   St.,  New  Westminster.
  \
Natural   Resources  Which Americans
So Far Have Failsd to Exploit���
Better Than East Indies.
Washington, July IG.���With one exception  it  may  be  said  that   Philip-'
pines development schemes have met
with a cold reception from the financial  Interests  in   America.    The   re-i
peated   failures  In   promoting   or  financing any  project for the  Islands!
must receive  tbe  serious   considera-!
tion   of   the    Philippine   commercial
community. |
The islands present opportunities
for rapid, and profitable development
unequalled ln the world. Klch mineral deposits abound, the forests of valuable hurdwoods are Inexhaustible,
the sugar lands yield a high average,
the hemp monopoly ls a source of
never-ending profit, rubber and guttu
percha thrive and give handsome returns. ,
Yet with few exceptions these Immense natural resources after twelve
years of American rule are still work
ed In the old primitive, wasteful
manner which marked the Industry
of a century ago. It ls a severe criticism and reflection on American energy which permits such untold
wealth to remain undeveloped and ls
a striking contrast to American enterprise ln Alaska, Hawaii, Porto
Klco or Cuba and to the methods of
Europeans  ln  neighboring   countries.
Java is a tropical paradise and
yields immense wealth to the Dutch
Investors. Borneo Is forging ahead
and many large enterprises are ln
successful operation. The story of
the Industrial development of tbe
Federated Malay states reads like a
.chapter form a romance or the Arab-
Ian Nights, and rubber kings have
supplemented the old time tin millionaires.
Sumatra is famous the world over
for Its cigar wrappers and tobacco
plantations have spread to neighboring Isles. Petroleum abounds ant
even Shanghai has it quota of millionaires made rich over night, as it
were, by the marvelous wells. Indo-
China ls tbe rice graftal? of tbo
Orient and exports Its products to
tbe Philippines, and Formosa under
Japanese rule, contending with adverse climatic conditions, has developed a modern sugar Industry which
shrines the Philippines aud bids lair
to rival Java.
Not one of these countries can
compare  in   natural   gifts   with   the
Philippines, yet they progress and
prosper, while tbe islands fail to keep
nace with the procession. It is time
for those who bave cast their lot wltb
the Islands to face the problem, seriously consider tbe question and try to
overcome the difficulties surrounding
the Investment of American capital
In tbe Philippines and divert the
stream which flows so freely into
other territorial possessions.
SURVEYORS OUTFITTING
FOR NORTHERN EXPEDITION
Party
ney
In  Charge of W.  G.
Will   Lay Out  Land
ley  of   Fraser.
McElharv
in  Val-
TWO MEN KILLED IN
CALIFORNIA CYCLONE,   Edmonton,   July   17.-A
  twenty-six   men  in  charge
party
of W.
El Centro, Cal., July 15.���A storm McElhanney, working under the Provincial department of lands of British Columiiia, ,1s at present In the
city outfitting preparatory to leaving
for the west to engage In surveying
along the Eraser river a provincial
government reserve about one hundred miles in length, which will be
set apart from all other purposes and
devoted to settlers, as soon as It will
havle been rendered accessible by the
construction through Its very centre'
of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway,
now within a few miles of the boundary of British Columbia.
The  task  is  being   undertaken   at
the    Instance    of    Surveyor-General
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Corner  Fourth  Ave.  and  Second  St.
Wholesale  and   Retail  Bread   Merchants.   Shipping orders receive careful attention.
Phone 435.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        ��H.400,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana In l/indon, England, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available Vltb
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank, papsrtment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, nor
annum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  3186.000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMIN8TER. B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office; Princess Sv
Canadian Northern Steamships,Ltd.
THEJ0YAUJNE
MONTREAL���QUEBEC.
TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND
Shortest   Route to London on 12,000
Ton Floating Palaces.
Next   Sailings  from   Montreal:
ROYAL EDWARD  JULY 12
ROYAL GEORGE  JULY 26
ROYAL EDWARD  AUG. 9
Rates of  Passage:
lst  Class,  $90.00  and  upwards
2nd  Class, $51.25  and  upwards
3rd  Class,   Bristol  or  London,  $31.25
Further Information  from  Ed Goulet, C. P. R. Agent, or write
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
of cyclonic violence in which two
lives were lost, several persons Injured and buildings throughout thc
business district badly damaged,
Btruck El Centro this afternoon.
Sweeping In from the southeast at
3:20 o'clock, the storm passed with
great speed and force over the central
part of the town. While It lasted
only a few minutes, it damaged property to the extent of at least 180,000.
The two whose deaths were caused
by the storm were I^eslb- Novak, who
died at St. Thomas' hospital two
hours after being Injured In a falling building, and Singh Sunda, a Hindu, who lost his life In the same
way.
The property damaged Included the
First Presbyterian church, which wa-J
entirely demolished, and the warehouse of the California Cotton company, which collapsed, burying beneath its heavy timbers three Hindus
Dawson,   wbo  was
May for the position. In consequence of bis recent appointment,
hts work and the labors of the men
ln the fleld will be somewhat curtailed this year, but in case a favorable season, the men will stay In the
field until  December nnd attempt to
who had sought shelter from the raln/cover *"  thf:  w��rk   whlch haB  been
_ ���   ma iitiii/1     /-kiit     Inr    ilw.M
under Its roof.
Besides the buildings noted here
! was much minor damage to otners,
I and many persons besides those
, named suffered Injuries of less de-
: gree. Many persons had narrow es-
| capes while in buildings which col-
; lapsed or In their vicinity dodging
debris which was carried by the
storm for more than two blocks.
mapped out for the:t
The reserve which will be the
scene of their labors, was set apart
by the B. C. government ln 1907 to
save the ravages of tbo lumberman
and. make lt an extensive fleld for
agricultural operations. It was hoped
by surveying the land to attract the
small farmer and fruit grower so
badly needed to develop the great interior, lt was originally Intended that
lt should extend on either side ot the
FraBer back for a distance of three
miles so as to Include roughly the
rich and level bottom land of the vai-
_ ,,     ,,,���,.. ._, ,      ,   ley.    As it was inevitable that   this
Tokio. July  10.- A new triple al-  sboM al80 embrace iarge areas   0,
llance, with Great Britain, the l'nited land supporting a heavy growth of
Statesand Japan as Its components," timber, it was thought advisable to
is the gist of many published opln- employ competent engineers, and re-
ions here with reference to the revls- lying on their judgment, select only
ed Anglo-Japanese treaty, the provls- that   land   which   was   directly   suit-
and Packed Jfa
ln Airtight Sealed <&?
Packets
RIDGWAYS
LONOOU
A Ridgway Tea Package
b a Symbol of Quality
This has beta brought ibout by t' e extreme
care- used t > present ary Lut tie choice,t ico*
bein;; packed under the "Ridjwcy" Libel,
lrom the time the leaves are jacked, ui.t'.l
they are put  i:p In packages fr the twi'e,
t'uy are under the WStchfat eves i.flicenced tester*.
Af.er parsing t'ie inspection cf eir c.peili
in "Kidswnyt" tea esrdetn   i:i ( c.i h m\\
ourveyor-uenerai    ,ndirli l|le ��J, aK a,.ain , nX]{.c,^ ,.;,. c ..��� .
chosen   early   luf c;uefu| le.,ts |,y olr truincl itaJf < f tasteir,
blenders and   [ttckeit  upon  their fenival  in
Lomlon.   This process <*f elimination i-uns
the delicious '-cup f;ualily" ai tl unif n,..!-.',
UjKin which llie rwpblation of " l.iJgwjy."
is founded.
As "Kidgway*" prrkares nre fdi-iigbt,
lhe tens come lo t ,e Container in ihcir i r141r.il
purity and without loss pf (tiangtfa or flavor.
The famous "Old Country Te��" 1* t!>e
choicest and fine-l quality Ceylon l;j, th_t
can be bought at ll,is price, 50c p*.r pound.
Judges have | renounced it the equal 1 f
muit and Eupcritr lo niiny 75c. leas now in
the market.
Try it and j-.:dre for yourself.
All packa^ts arc s.al.iland air ti^ht,
Do.nnellv.Watson & Brown, ni
CltlriLu'.*. %
May be Had in Town at Best Sbopi
WIDE  IMPORT OF
NEW TRIPLE ALLIANCE
ions of which have just been published here.
There are other opinions of the
���compact, but all agree that the modifications were unavoidable and most
of the editorial comment on the
change is favorable. It is generally
belived that the agreement absolutely
prevents war with the United State.i.
One alternative to the Anglo-American-Japanese  alliance idea  is  sug-
able for tilling, all other land to be
excluded and devoted to other uses.
In consequence of this, the parties
will be left largely to their own discretion and the boundaries will be
considerably altered from those originally Intended. A report will be
submitted on all timber aud estimates made of the valuable timber existing in the country. In addition a
careful topographical survey wlll be
made   and   the   area    of  agricultural
The party will leave here altogether, but at Tete Jaune Cache will
divide into two sections, one of wihcb
will work east in the direction of
Mooes Creek while the other will
push westwards down the Fraser.
The work will be extended as far Into the autumn or winter as lt is possible.
gested by Professor Tomizu.    He de
.clares that the new line-up will make land defined and computed." The pur
It necessary for Japan and Russia to pose  throughout   will   be the encour-
draw closer together and be prepared acement of the small farmer and the
to   make   common   cause   should   the elimination trom the field ot the large
occasion arise.    . land or timber speculator.
Found Burned to Death.
Toronto, July 16.���With 1800 degrees of heat beneath the brick flooring upon which he had fallen, Samuel
Kenyon was found burned to death
at the Consumers' Gas company's
works yesterday afternoon. He was
engaged in clearing retort flues at
the top of the brick cla.l furnaces
and must have fallen.
*ZJ____t3SU3��_t3g_
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
One
Wednesday
The Biggest and Beat Musical Comedy Offering of the Entire Year
FERRIS HARTMAN
and his
Superb
Company
One Night, Tuesday,
July 18
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYER8
Phone 108.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of 8ixth.
Por Up-to-date
P
RINTING
IN
"They've Made the Whole World Laugh"
The Oldest and Best.
NOTABLE TOUR OF
mr
Muuc b�� Audran
A Little Journey to the Land ol Make-Believe
WITH
WALTER DE LEON
AND
MISS "MUGGINS" DAVIES
. Together wiili ��
Singing and Dancing Co. of���SO
Prices:   $1.00, 75c. 50c.
Seat sale at MacKenzie's Pharmacy.
Richards & Pringle's
FAMOUS GEORGIA
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
E.  M. CURTIS
R. C. TUDOR.
Fresh Sanitary Milk
IN PINT AND QUART BOTTLES
Delivered to any part of the city.    Bottled on the Mountain Meadows
Sanitary  Farm,  Huntingdon, B.C.
FRASER VALLEY DAIRY
Phone 490. . 628 Clarkson Street.
MINSTRELS
Thousands  of  dollars invested in its equipment.
A veritable dream of the Arabian Nights.
Everybody goes to the Minstrels, they can't help it.
They are catching.
Prices $1 .OO 75c. and 50c.
Seats on sale at MacKenzie's Pharmacy.
:73rsz naw������Hi stBemmaammsniaamaaa na mbhewb BSBsaBcaw PAGE POUB
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911.
PRISONERS WILL WEAR ,   M
The Paily wews> ordinary cloth.no|
E. A. Paige.
���        ��� |    Lethbrldge, July 17.���Prisoners are
Published by The Dally News Publish-   now  boing  transferred   to  the  new
log Company, Limited, at their offlces,  provlnc|ai jau i,ere , rom the Jails at
corner    of    McKenzie    and    Victor!^   Macleod and  Calgary, and the  Leth-
Streets. j bridge jail.    Those that are  serving
' terms of a few  weeks are not being
~~ .        , brought  here, but  ore being  left to
Managing Director   Anlsh their  sentence  in tlie jails ln
" | which they havo been imprisoned.
Modern humane met bods will be
followed in tlie treatment of the prisoners ln the government's jail. A
striking innovation has heen made in
the clothing of the prisoners. The
striped suit of the convict is no
where to be seen. As escape from
the jail is a practical impossibility.,
the prisoners are dressed in clothes
which would not distinguish them
from a man on the street.    SultB of j
  navy blue of ordinary wt have been
* provided  by  the government  for the
The Baptist Convention in Vancou- 0CPupantB of tl)e jnn
���  in ti'ivt*. been   spending      The prisoners  will  shortly  be set
ver appears to have  been   bi ^ ^  ^  ^  government's   farm
quite a considerable time In discuss-  Burro,mdinB the jan    Thi8 farra will
politics     The question raised at  provide  healthful  occupation  for  the
,       thorino  was nractlcally  men imprisoned and at the same time
Saturday s gathering  was i
whether the Baptist church should o  _ m	
active part in poll
Be Indepcndcn
of Hie Landlord
TUESDAY, JULY  18. WU.
"T^^Tand POLITICS.
COURT
BIA.
OF
vmem^  ���  . rt in pou-  	
Bhould not take an active pan i   p th��    supREME    c
tJ."     Tbis arose upon the following^ BB|TISH COLUM
'"C"he present^
23- r;nPdu��eninfluence ofadniini.     ceased. ^ ^ ^
���r itions by the vicious elements   o underslgned ���p to one o clock in
Z   calls for the most thoughtful a{ternoon   0n the   1st   day    of
8ocict>, calls ior ,      by ,JU   ,     the purchase of the
investigation and vigorous ��^ ^ q{ ^ B0Utheasl (iualter of
the leaders of our church five  (B)   township eight (8),
The  indictment contained  in  this mgtHct Qf New  Westminster
��-nlution is a serious one.and we do and ,nce   ot Hritish   Columoia
!      nder that some of the members containlng eighty (80) acres more or
not woiiu" boihc less
of  the convention  askea   i ^     ^ )g    we���   8ituated   near
facts in proof of the allegations set c]overdale in the Municipality ot
w.h We observe that one of the gurrey About ten (10) acre8 are
! .�� a���nnorters of the resolution cleareU and 8tUmped and about ten
keenest WW**8" �� ,. acres more parUy cleared. There,
was  Mr. E.  M. W^�����*      laUve ��� a small house on the property
dent of the Vancouver Consei,vjl   [*     Al\ tenders must   be accompanied
The man who owns the
house you live in is looking
after his interests. He is
a wise man. Probably he
is buying the house you
occupy with your rent
money. You can do the
same, with my assistance.
Look over this list of
houses I am offering on
easy terms, with small
cash payments. One of
these must appeal to you.
For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
Thone 101.
645 Columbia St.
VOTE COUPON
Good for Face Value In tha
DULY NEWS $3,000.00
AUTOMOBILE CONTEST
This   Coupon  Count*
10 VOTES
Good onlil JULY 22,1911
It's Easy to Buy
FOR MISS OR MRS	
Address	
DISTRICT NO i  	
Coupons must be In ballot box before  expiration  date  and  trimmed
or they will  not be counted.
dent of  tne   yussuv******   ~- A11 tenders  must,    ne acuumyau.^
association, who   took   occasion    to by & marked cheque for flve ,B) peT\M _ HIT
���������u nbout the wealth of politicians     ntum of   the   purchase   price.   If J      |U*ve.��v     V-fA.mll      H A Til AC
rnnecteTllU, the Laurier    govern-' tender Is not accepted chet.ue will be J      | [[��$��    OVf Cli     IlOIIlCd
ment. From a political standpoint it is returned.      ���
ment. rrom a* ��>-�� ���-   - Tenderers will name the amount of
not difficult to understand the aimoBi cash ^^ they afe prepa,.ed to pay,
���.nrttctive spirit which he displayed an(J als0 the termB which   they will
,          '   ��� pharaes of graft and  cor- expect for payment of the balance.
In making charges n & ^   hl hest or any tender wlll ���ot
ruption against the government. Such -JJ^Jj* be accepted and all tend.
a course of action may be excusame, erg ghaH bg subJect t0 the approval
and  perhaps   prope*   at   a   political or the Judge.                                         I
^.hprine nure and simple, but to us For  further   particulars  apply    to
gathering pure a���         j, Whealler,  McQuarrie
It seems that a church conve"u��" &  Martini  roomg  7  and  8  Guichon1
scarcely the proper place to indulge b]<)ck    New   WestminBter,   B. C. or
in such calumnies. rooms 20 and 21 Williams    building,
ThP   feeling   of  the  more   reason- Vancouver, B. C.                                   I
aje and fair-minded section   of the ^Dated this fifteenth   day   of July,
convention was voiced by Mr. A. II. ���               j  j   CAMBRIDGE,
McNeill,   who   strongly   objected    to j District Registrar.
���*a  character  of the  resolution  and Supreme Court.
oLed a  tSr  and proper answer to Court House. New Westminster, B.C.
the  charges  levelled   at the  govern-     _ _	
:r,r���iStw^fi New Advertisements
ratber  wealthy,"   said   Mr.   McNeill, ^ __
-who seven years  ago  couldn't  pay ~~
mv a meal-   but then 1 don't say it CAN YOU BEAT TH.S?-Fine, high,
... throw* political corruption they,    dry, level lots, large   too,   85x107.
ul nt"      Things  have in-     The terms are the best of this pro-
dSTom��e to a pretty pass if a man,1    position.    Price ?475 and $425;  $50
Who by reason of his talents   forges (    cash and $10 per month.
ahead "to a high  position   in  politics  \ _	
���,��� statesmanship, is to be condemned
as :t grafter and a rogue because for- YOU BURNABY PEOPLE-On Fifth
^^^ " """ "" avenue, Burnaby, between Second
and Fourth streets; magnificent
view, size 50x150 to lane. Price
$550 each; one-third down, balance
(i, 12 and 18 months.
sooth by the exercise ot the self
same talents he also succeeds in his
l.n?hi���ss or vocation, antl thereby Increases liis wo'.'l lly wealth. Tn level
Charges of graft an J dishonesty at
.such men is preposterous and unjust.
When such charges are madeit Is to
\\ Ul'IJ     B   I*   **     *'*-    r* - I
1)0  expected   <���"   '��>se  who  l^T"1'"  NEAR CAR LINE���Three fine lota on
Stride avenue, close to Twelfth
street car line; size 66x115. Prlco
$525 each; one-quarter down, balance 8, 12 and IS months.
toe  indictment   wlll  be   prepared   to
produce evidence  in support  thereof.
But  Mr.  Woodworthand  his   friends
-afforded no such vroof. and the reso- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lotion was turned over lo the resolu	
Hon  committee for reconstruction.
With regard  to the  general   ques-  DOUBLE      CORNER     SNAP  ���  On
tlon wliich becamclnvolvetl in the tils-      Twelfth street ancl Seventh avenue,
cussion, as to  whether   the   church     13a f,,,., square; snap al $4750. One-
���.should take an active part in politics,      [0urth down, balance to arrange.
none will dispute that pwry Individ-  ^__	
nai member of a church has a duty to
discharge as a Citizen and an elector.   MODERN   COTTAGES���Two   modern
cottages close to car. Price $2750
and $2800; small casli payments
and balance same as rent. No
excise for not owning your own
home.
Every effort which is made to bitin
this facl home lo the people deserves
the warmest approval and support.
But as to the church, or a church
taking an active part in political matters, thla is a very different thing in-
deed. Whilst it ls~tbe duty of the
Mchurch to urge tlie observance of
Christian precpt and moral rectitude,
and to do everything in its power to
Induce its members to see that the
administration of the country's affairs Is conducted along right and
proper lines, it has no riglit lo enter
into politics, The nulpit is for the
teaching of religion ami  not politics.
But a3  religion  embraces   the  whole  ���-
duty of man he may thereby be led to  y0U  W,LL    LIKE    THIS-Six room
act  wisely  and   w^fcln   political  af-     ���   ,       ,. r.i ,u
' motlei-n house on Sixth
fairs.	
AUTO   RIDES���We will  take you    to
any of our properties in our uutos
NEAR EDMONDS, on Westminster
road, choice lols, eacli 66x120;
price from $500 to $900; quarter
casli, balance 6, 12 and  IS months
DEADLY  AFTER-DAMP
KILLS  MANY   MINERS
^^^^^^^^^ avenue, full
sized lot, woodshed, chicken lious;,
some young fruit trees. Price
$:);',75; $1000 cash, balance to arrange.
P^ihois, Pa��� July 17���Twenty-one
miners werp killed In an explosion In
the shaft of the Cascade Coal & Coke
company's mines at Bvk svllle, nine
miles from here, last nit-h. Tbc ex-
plosion occurred at 9:30, but ii w:is
efter midnight before the extern of
the disaster was known.
All of the dead but three are for
��I?nerp.    The explosion was slight.    ���
���evinced by the small dsmaee done
the mine, but the tletitllv damn la re
mytitttWls for most of tbe   fatalities
PROPERTY      WANTED���We      have!
many buyers for city and farm pro
perty.    Give  us your listings.
ilh? People's Trust Co.,ltd
Five roomed house, thoroughly modern, with
full sized cement basement, furnace, etc. Cement
walk* and nice lawn. On corner, close to Sixth St.
car line. Front and back verandah. New house.
Price $3000, $500 cash, balance $25 a month.
Six roomed house, modern, cement foundation.
Two blocks to car line. One and a half storey, including bath room and pantry. Building is new and
finished    with the  best  material;   situated   in  nice
residential   location.    Price $2800, terms $500 cash,
balance  $25  a month.
Five roomed house, thoroughly modern, close to
car line, cement walk and foundation, good basement. House built last year. Large lot Absolutely the best buy in the city. Price for immediate
sale $2200, only $300 cash, with balance $20 per
month and interest. This house will rent for $20 a
month, and when first payment is made the house
will   practically pay for itself, excepting the interest.
Five roomed house, modern. Piped for furnace,
cement basement. Lot 40x108 feet, facing on Second street, near Fifth avenue. New building. Price
$2650. Terms $650 cash, balance to arrange and
spread   over  tbree years.
Five roomeJ cottage, thoroughly modern and up-
to-date in every way, cement basement, walk, etc.
House finished in the very best of material, including panelled dining room, with beamed ceiling,
etc. House just completed, best electric fixtures.
Half block to Sixth street car line and Moody park.
Two blocks to school. Price $3000, $500 cash, bai
ance $325 every six months.
Five roomed house, modern, with bath, toilet,
pantry, etc. Full sized cement basement, furnace.
Situated on Oak street, near Fourth avenue. Price
S2825; terms $500 cash, balance over three or four
years. .
Large airy eight roomed house, thoroughly modern, including fire place, full sized cement basement, cement floor, fine furnace, chandeliers in
rooms, etc. Good view of mountains. Lot 45x110
feet, situated in the residential part of New Westminster, viz., Seventh street, near Third avenue.
Five minutes walk to business section. Price $5000:
terms $1000  cash,  balance  exceptionally easy.
Seven roomed house, modern, hot sncl cold water,
bath room, pantry, wood shed, cement walks, etc.
Built less than two years ago. Price $4200; terms
to  arrange.        \'m   ' ,V __   ._    m,^t
These eight snaps will not
be on the market for any
length of time. They are
listed for quick sale, and
it's up to you to get busy
at once.   See me today.
"If you rent it, it's a house;
If you own it, it's a home*"
W.J.Kerr,Limited
614 COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONES  170-173.
',51  Columbia St.
Phone  663
SS-I***.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt la the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   la
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In th* future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt la Ont saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager O. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kindt of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SA8H,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FI8H  BOXES     LARGE    8TOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA88.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box   137
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEH, W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.       Vice-President. Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
  LUMBER CO., LTD. ,
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops  Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
Garden Hose
Lawn Mowers.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
i
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BASEBALL.
CULTON ISIAND SET
ASIDE EOR LEPERS
Northwestern League.
Monday, July 17.
At Vancouver���Vancouver   8,   Victoria 4.
At Seattle���Seattle  12,  Spokane  8.
At Tacoma���Portland fi, Tacoma 2.
COLONY OF TWO THOUSAND
LEPERS HA8 BEEN ESTABLISHED IN PHILIPPINES���MAY
LIVE    AT    EASE    ON     ISLAND.
"XT IT HERE SntCE !*���?
JT\
1!2��ER
lo.
Next Meeting on Diamond.
The Balmoral baseball team wlll
meet the Maple Leafs on Friday evening at t'l-.'it), and as they need the
points to draw level with the latter
club, a keen struggle is assured. No
^arrangements have yet been made a9
to the line-up. The match will be de-.
elded at Queens park.
CANADIAN MARK8MEN
DO  WELL  AT
j    Washington,    July   17.���When   the
L'nited  States took  over  the  Philip- I
pipe Islands in the war with   Spain, I
they  acquired also a populous   leper I
colony,  that  haa  ever  since   been  a
source of anxious care.   Now the gov-1
ernment has determined   to   grapple,
with the problem In earnest and  the'
beautiful  island of Culton has been
set. aside as a leper settlement. Three
hundreds   of miles out of the beaten
track of commerce a colonv of some
BISLEY   2000 lepers has been Isolated."   They
  | have  their own  mayor  and council-
Uislev Camp July 17.���Canadian hns elected by the colonists, and who
marksmen shot fairly consistent In' p^ss laws for the government of the
the corporation of the City of London >81<"><1. They have a pollce force
���match this morning, a squaded seri made up of their own people to en-
vice rifle competition of ten shots at' for,ce these laws, and offenders are
SOO yards The best work was done' hale* ^fore the mayor and punished
by Lance Corporal Tralnor, of Toron-. 'or any Infraction.
to, who got within one of the maxl- L��P,r��   p"��ht-        ���
mum with 49. To �������� ,one wh�� ha8, watche? J*
In the Daily Telegraph, a similar Pe�� begging on the streets of the
competition, but seven shots at 600: Orient or driven ha f naked from the
yards, they did not do so well, Lie*; owns and obliged to inhabit unsani-
tenant Morris, of Bowmanville, Ont. | ta7 P'��*" ">d ���*��� out a wretched
being top man of the Canadians with! existence as best they may it is a
34, out of a possible 35. The series of
service rifle competitions being shot
today count in the service rifle cham
pionship. The all-comers and grand
aggregate shooting has a bearing on
qualifying entries for the first stage
of the King's prize, which is shot off
tomorrow. It consists of seven shots
each at 200, 500 and 600 yards.   The
tary ^^^^^^
existence as best
positive pleasure to see them
fortably housed, well fed, well
clothed and leading a normal existence. They bathe and flsh in the
sea, and are free to come and go as
they will so long as they do not leave
the Island.
The colony now consists of  about
seven hundred new nlpa houses, each
....... ... .���, ������*���** ��..- .-ra. j������*.   '"" 0f which ig large enough to accommo-
flrst three hundred marksmen ln tne  date  Irom  flve   to   geven   patients
aggregate of these ranges qualify for
the second stage of the King's prize,
which will be shot off Friday, the
Anal stage being shot on Saturday of
this week.
ALBANIAN INSURRECTION
STILL SPREADS  RAPIDLY
Vienna, July 17���With death and
desolation on all sides, the Albanian
insurrection is spreading rapidly,
6000 insurgents today being in the . .
fleld and 200,000 of their countrymen �����.Pcf,
preparing to take up the struggle
against the pitiless domination of the
Turku
American aid ls the Albanians only
hope of freedom, according to Ismail
Kernel Bey. chief of the Albanian
"freedom or death" committfee, who is
now in  Vienna on the first lap of a
These houses have been built on
Btreet lines, so that a regularly laid
out town has resulted. The side ls
on the highest point of the island,
which slopes In nearly all directions
to the sea. An Immense reservoir is
located at a height of more than 230
feet above the sea level, and clear
pure water from a large spring ls
pumped up to lt by a power pump.
From there the water flows to alT
parts of the town through a system
A complete sewage system
has been Installed.
Old Spaniih Town.
The old town of Culton, founded by
the Spanish ln   the   seventeenth century, still contains some good houses
which  were purchased  from   former I
residents and are now used as placesj
of residence for tbe Mayor and Coun-1
clllors.    There Is a stone church, a',
relic of the sixteen century, still In
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4000 Albanian settlers In the United
States are returning to their native
land to take up the light, and that
local committees throughout America
*re doing everything In their power
to lend assistance.
EURASIAN   COLONY
i- WANTS WHITE TREATMENT
I
journey through Europe to endeavor  rHiic Blxieen cemury   Bt|1, ,���
to  arouse   public   sentiment   against,      d ,     whlch  ,8  used   b     the
the Turkish outrages.   It Is said that colonl.u for reiigious worship.
I^ast year Uncle Sam built a new
hospital at Culton. It Is about 230
feet long, and was constructed as a
double hospital, having a wing for
each sex, with all of the latest Ideas
in the way of operating rooms, sterilizing rooms, kitchen and baths. A
tenement house is another new idea
for the comfort of the patients. This
.house Is about 75 feet long by 30
feet wide, and is made entirely of
concrete. It was built for the care
of those patients unable to get
around and care for themselves.
The great majority of the members
of the colony are able and willing to
work, so the government tried the experiment of furnishing them with
small plots of ground for gardens,
one or two farm animals and agricultural tools with the hope that the
place would eventually become self-
supporting. The patients took to
the idea at once, and now small j
farms got the landscape ln all dlrec-'
tlons, giving the appearance not of a
charity colony, but of a prosperous
well  fed charming community.
A large amusement hall has been
nrovlded where tliey have entertainments of various kinds, all the talent j
furnished by the patients themselves.
They have a large moving pi-'"re tin-:
paratus, In the hai?. and !i��? exhibitions are very popular. I
\\ hen the United States first took
possession of the Philippines it was
found there were about 4000 lepers
all mid. At the end of the first year
of active work the estimated number
had been reduced to 2S.ii;. and at the
end of 1910 it was I486. The reduction
ln the number during the first year
resulted largely from the discovery
that many natives in Saicar, l.eyte,
Masbute, llomblon and N'egros had
been erroneously cla��slfl��d, ���������������"���* in
reality they were suffering from a
much  less  grave  skin  disease.
One of the beneficent results of
the campaign Is that these unfortunates have been restored to their
���iglitfiil social standing. Of course,
even among untutorel savages, when
any of tliem were suspected of liaving
��� lie disease, even though It only
slightly resembled leprosy, they were
shunned by their companions and had
*o live the life of an outcast. This
"vork of the government cleared up
thousands of cases of this kind.
321 Gamble Street,
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"THE.  TOYMAKER."
An Item of interest to all theatregoers in Westminster is th* forth-
coming appearance of Ferris Hartman and hla superb company ln the
near future. Mr. Hartman, has; nab
been seen en tour for over two years
now, and hla, oomlng visit will be-
eagerly welcomed by everybody. Mx
Hartman has juat completed the,
most successful season he has ever
j enjoyed at the Grand Opera house; ln
WHY THOUSAND DOUKHOBORS     | Los  Angeles,  which marks his third
REFUSED TO BE ENUMERATED j continuous season therei
Bombay, July 17.���Among the biggest of the race problems of the British dominions is that of the Eurasians, in India. Lately they have received considerable attention because a deputation has been sent to
interview the home government in
London: and. here in India, their
claims are growing more insistent
���every day.
They are not all dark: some are
the fair descendants of English,
Dutch, Spanish or Portuguese. These
fair Eurasians consider themselves
the aristocracy of their kind, decline
to be considered Indians at all, speak
of England as "home" and strive to
lie taken for Europeans. fThe remainder of the Eurasian community are
Indians without any foreign streak
who have taken European names
along with the Christian faith and
European cloth��s. These are looked
down upon by tbe fair type.
Whenever they can manage it the
better-off Eurasians send tiHr children to England to be educated.
Lets than thirty years ago the Eurasians were the clerks of Indian
cities. Now not more than 10 per
cent can hold such jobs. They aro
used In European shops and a few on
railways or In the government service. Eurasians, regarding manual
labor as degrading, won't fasten a
parcel or cany a ledger. Visitors to
India nre often amused to see Eurasian store girls waiting for Indians
to M\ ui) a parcel.
Prominent Indians nnd the British
government are bestlrrlntj. themselves to force technical training on
the  Euraslons.
New Arbitration Pact.
Washington, July 17.���Japan, it Is
now generally believed here. Willi
surely be the next great nation to
undertake tiie negotiation of a general arbitration treaty with the
United States. The revised Anglo-
Japanese alliance, it is declared, removed the only obstacle to the conclusion of such a treaty with Japan
ns it did wilh Croat Britain.
ANY GARB   IN  CHURCH.
Thumb as Clue.
Newark, N. J., July 17.���The Imprint of a man's thumb on a whitewashed door is the clue by which the
police of Belleville, N. J., expect to
trace the assailant of James Bucka-
lew. nn aged hermit, who sometime
during tlie last forty hours was
beaten into unconsciousness and left
for dead in the kitchen of his cottage. Whether lincka'ew was robbed
or no* can not be learned until he recovers consciousness at the hospital,
where be lies nt tlie point of death.
The rollco believe that after bel-pg
bound, he was tortured for sevsrM
boars In an attempt to make him tell
where hls money was concealed.
Even Athletic Suits Permissible, Declares the  Rev. J. D.  Morrow.
Toronto,    July    17.���"When    men
come to my church I want them to
have   comfort.     They   ean   coin1    in
athletic suits if thev wish,   Tbey can,
"���ear ns little as posslMo so long as \
they are cool." \
So declared the Rev. J. D. Morrow,
in addressing a  congregation  H D��'e ,
Presbyterian  church  lest  nir.ht     Mr.]
Morrow   said   If  nr*\t   9t"i*'.v   vv   ft*)
hot as yesterday be wild ���fi'xeh '���)
h's shirt sleeves, lie hoped tbe men
would take their routs eff ***** itio
wcrnen would remove their b-i's
"I'm   Irish,   you   know"   pnld    Mr.
Morrow,   "you   cannot   get   Hits
me.thoutfh  I'd  like to get  tbem
I this weather."
Nelson, B. C, July 17.���The action j
of 1000 Doukhobors of the colony at
Brilliant, in refusing to be enumerat- j
ed In the census, is the first vagary
I exhibited by these people since com-1
ing  to   British   Columbia   from   the1
prairie.    As a matter of fact, while ;
the  Doukhobors were  not  welcomed
in the Kootenay, lt cannot be denied
j that they enjoy a very different name
t here from that which they appeared
to earn In Saskatchewan.   Their horn-
I ings amount to probably 10,000 acres
I of fruit land, at Grand Forks, and at
points along the Columbia and Kootenay rivers near "their junction, and
i these  holdings,  which are equal to
| 1000 ranch tracts of ten acres,   are
the most scientifically developed fruit
I tracts in the province.    In the irrl-
| gated   district   of   Grand   Foiks   tuey
Irrigate, and the Columbia and Koo-
i tenay river bench lands near Nelson.
! which do not require Irrigation, they
are clearing and planting to fruit on
an enormous scale.    They   have the
largest acreage of grapes at Brilliant
anywhere    In    the    Nelson    district.
Everything they do Is done ln a business way  and in the  best,   way, attil
when their young orchards come into
bearing, they will have a tremendous
output.    They are extensive apiarists,
they  operate  sawmills,  and  they  recently  purchased a preserving works
at Nelson, and now operate it.      No
case of crime has ever been attributed to them,   lf their projected school
Is  built   at   Brilliant    this   season���
they   already   have   p,   hospital���the
only   objection   the   Nelson   and   District Canadian club hns raised In regard to them will be overcome.    The
census trouble was brewing for some
.days  before A.  B,  Docksteader, census  commissioner  for  tho   Kootenay
and  Boundary,  felt  lt   necessary   to
get instructions  from  Ottawa.      The
Grand Forks colony was enumerated
without trouble.    With the Kootenay
Doukhobors, however, after 500 had
been enumerated,  an aged   firebrand
made a stand for hls rights, and tbe
whole matter  was  off.    A  fear that
Peter  Verlgen,  whose  hold   on   the
Doukhobors  here  is  far  from  absolute, has designs to entrap them into
military service,  is supposed   to explain the stand taken.
"The   Toymaker,"   that   delightful!
little Journey to the land of makebe-
lieves,   has   been   selected'   by   Mr. |
Hartman for his present starring tour
as it offers capital opportunities for!
the display of IMS fun-matibg taJsrate.
He has had a loug and wonderfully
successful experience  with  this fas- j
cinating    tale-   of    tbe    Nurenburgi
maker of playthings and Its appeal to
old and you-.g alike, make it a decidedly unique and interesting offering.
It tells the tale of how one, Johannes   Guggenhelmer,   a   designer   ef
wonderful toys, has made a doll in
tbe image of his own daughter Elsa,!
which walk.-*, talks, cEancea and sings;
The adventures of this wondwful dolk
and the many complications in which
Johannes finds himself, serves as the
basis  of the  comedy  of the   piece,
The   music   of   "The   Toymaker" ls
thoroughly delightful, and its haunting melodies  remain  long after one
hns beard them.
The company has the principal sap-
port by Walter De Leon, the young
author and composer of "The Campus." which has just scored tho
worlds record run of sixteen weeks
In Los Angeles, and Mfss "Muggins'
Davies. who also appeared in "The
Campus," and scored the greatest
hit of her career. An Interesting
ltew in connection herewith, Is the
fact that this will be the last season that Mr. De l.eon or Miss Davies
wfll be seen ln support, as next season tbey will both tie starred by the
Ferris Hartman enterprises company
ni "The Campus," which wlll probably appear here afso. In addition to
these, there will be Joseph Fogarty,
Oliver Lenoir, Miss Josi.e Han. riiU
a chorus that for beauty and ability,
is unexcelled. Altogether over tlfty
people are in the company and the
stage production itself will be a marvel of stage craft, while the costuming will be gorgeous in the extreme.
No more entertaining performance
can be imagined than this fairy book,
realization of childhoods' dreams and
the  appearance  of  "The   Toymaker"
at the theatre in the future, will be
an event that  will be eagerly awaited.    This   will   probably   mark   Mr. j
Hartman's last visit here en tour fori
a great number of years as the plans
already outlined for the next two or
three   seasons,   will   make   It  ininos-
.sible for him   to   visit   again.   Popular prices will prevail on Wednesday.
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"ay" "tn PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUE8DAY, JULY 18, 1911.
Candidates, Think What You Can
Win In Coming Three Weeks
Don't Worry About What You Hear Others Have Done
But Keep Your Own End Up-Slow Competitors Have
a Chance Now To Show Their Worth and Win.
The $1750 Auto is on Display at T. A. Muir & Co's. Drug Store.   The $500 Piano Can be Seen at   the
Columbia Piano House.   The Furniture Sels Can be Seen at Galloway & Lewis.   The Watches
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jewelry Store.   The Scholarships Were Purchased
.   From The Westminster Modern Business School.
ThlnU of what you can earn in tlie
next thn* weeks! If you will figure
for ii moment you will be surprised to
find that never, ln all your life, have
Standing of Candidates.
fou had the opportunity to earn so  ^^^0^^^'
much in so short a time.
No candidate knows where another
stands, but all know enough   to   be  friend,
perfectly certain that should they remain    inactive   these   three   weeks
Miss Clarice Osborne   14270
Miss Adele  Bllodeau    48710
Miss G.  Corrigan     1490
Mrs.   Winnie   Talt    701710
Nominations foi the big automobile  Miss Evelyn Cunningham     3642J
and  Miss C.  Boule     1640
allow  the growing    Interest    in the Mrs. K. Thompson     4660
competition.   Look them through, and  Mrs. C. S. Davles   13490
see lf you cannot   add   that   of   aj -���*****
District No. 3���All territory covered
by the Dally and Weekly News out-
District No. 1���All territory west of Bi(je the city umits of New Westmin-
,,      ,  i, ,*.. ��AvkP,l east side of Sixth street, within New    ter
they might as we 'not have wo. ked jnBter clt   Umit8,
nt all, so far as the grand prize is
concerned.
Miss  Laura Lavery
Votes.
.170060
Miss Pearl Brlce, Ladner    1160
Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley,   1240
uTs" absolutely Impossible at this  ���'������ -"^5JT��'   "       "J^  Mrs. G.  W. Sterling, Le Roche
moment to form anv definite opinion.  Miss Ethel Buckland    -240 , Landing  ��� 1150
even if you know exactly where each Miss  Brooks     3840  Mrs. F. E. Herring, rords Land-
one stands today.                                       Miss May Kitson   1070 ���>>"
There are some who have shown MlsB Annie fidy 2840
such a fine spirit ot diligence  cheer- ^ EickhQff   im
tairSolo^i ^hffi toTe  Miss  Mary  Eastman    347046,Miss Katie Neilson, South Van-
3680
Misb Stewart, Fraser Mills     1540
Miss   Kathleen   McBride,   Port
Guichon   1400
The Auto that will be given
away by the Daily News, Aug*
5, was purchased from the
McLaughlin Carriage Co*, Ltd.
B. C. BRANCH:   1285 PENDER STREET WEST, CORNER JERVIS, VANCOUVER.
Machine on display at T. A. Muir & Co's Drug Store
441   COLUMBIA  STREET.
"Mode! 27" Price Complete, $1750
winning class.
Miss Mary Johnston    1460.
On the other hand, if you have ever  Mns_ w   jj, Fales   769350
conducted a contest you would know
couver
Miss   Annie   Hambrook,   South
1000
Miss  Helen  Shaw
that there Is no business under the
(tun so full of surprises, and the verv
candidate whom you regarded as lack- Mrs. K. Selling
lng in the necessary enterprise and
activity may unexpectedly develop into a sprinter who will make the rest
gatip as they try not to let her gain
*>n her lead.
If you have been rather slow In
your work up to this time just make|Mrs. IL Collier
up your mind to surprise us. It
would be ln the nature of what Is
known as a "glad surprise," and we
will welcome you to the ranks of tho
real hustlers with enthusiasm and admiration.
If you have done all you could right
felons, keep up the   good    work   and
don't, fall In your own esteem by be-
Mng a "lias been" even tor one day.
Securing Subscriptions.
Vancouver    1200
Miss   Ethel   Ennls    12000  Mlss  Rps>.  philcox,  Mission... .12980
24230 Miss Christie McGregor, Ladner 1500
.9950 Miss Florence Lord, Ladner   1000
Mrs. Thompson     1300 Miss Ruby Kirkland  Ladner    . .11890'
,,,     ,-. , /��� n ft ���.,,��f��� Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Ladner.. 1370
Miss Violet McGuffen 224900 M,gg Uly Burr) Ladner   1000
Miss   Elizabeth  Orr  1240 jnss Vera Gillanders, Ladner .. 1300
Mrs. J. B.  Insley 698760  Miss Emma Chiddell, Ladner .. 1000
Miss Olive Archibald   11110  -v'iss Juanita McClusky, Ladner. 1400
Specifications of the McLaughlin-Buick Five Pas.
senger Fore Door Touring Car Which Will be Given
Away as First Grand Prize by The Daily  News:
2780
Miss Olive Alexander, Sunbury.  1300
Miss Lillian Coggins, Sunbury.. 1280
Mrs.   L.   MacLean  3100 MjBS Martha Pybus, Ladner ... .15580
Mis3   McAdam      lOfitf I Miss Edith Falk, Westham Island 1000
Mrs.   Walter Thompson   ....'..   66000 Mlss G- Dove- Xorth Vancouver. 13690
Ml,��� a,���umi o,r. s���                        ���nn!M>ss M.  Petersbn, 1510 Charles
Miss Mabel Purvis  ������  0890 gt> Vancouvei.    1000
��o��.    /Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills  1000
ry east of  ...... ,,_,.._  ,Li,_���������   ,���*_*���, ���__*,
District No. 2���All territor
west  side of  Sixth  street,  including
Sapperton.
Mis   Sinclair      1290
Miss Helga Johnson. 1701 Fifth
Ave. East, Vancouver   1000
Mrs. E. W. Money, Burquitlam.. 1000
Miss  Grace  Morrison,   Edmonds
, Miss Hosana Meveridge   1620 ;���   ���;,���'.,������     ������������,���   ��� ���16-1':i?i('
Candidates  ln   any   certain   districtL,���   ,., ���    ���    ,,���, ���   , .,.,.. r.n Mrs. \\ ,T. McGilvray, Chilliwack 9460
are in no way restricted from secur-  MlM  Hounce   Mcl'eo(1       2f00 Miss Huff, Chilliwack   772.1
lng  subscribers  in  any  locality  that|Miss Uel1 ,lo0(1      ir,5'J, Miss  Ethel McCabe. Chilliwack  ,2500
they may wish.    For instance, a can- j Miss  M.  Elley      1340! Miss  K. Smith, Abbotsford      12150
didate in District 1 mav  secure sub-(Miss Helen C   Day
scriptions in District No.  1  and Dis���  Mri-   Polttgdestre   .......
trlct  No. 2 may secure subscriptions ,,.     _      "           .     ,
in District No. 1; in fact, candidates MlM Genevieve Drlscoll ..
may    secure    subscribers    Wherever  M*88  Katie  Muir   	
Body���Very carefully designed for
comfort and beauty of outline.
Extralarge doors easy of access.
Seat���Five passengers.
Upholstering ��� Hand-buffed leather;
easy spring backs and spring cushions.
Wheel Base���106 Inches.
Gauge���56 inches.
Tires���3%x32 Quick detachab:e.
Brakes���Two on rear hu'.), internal
expanding; also external contracting.
Springs���Easy scroll Elliptic on rear;
semi-Elliptic on front.
Frame���Pressed   steel.     3%    inches
drop.
Horse Power���26.
Cylinders���four with valves ln head.
4x4 inches.
Motor Suspension���Sub-frame.
Cooling���Water,    centrifugal    pump
and fan.
Ignition���Jump spark.
Current  Supply���"Splitdort"  Magneto
and dry cells.
Carburetor���"Schebler"  automatic.
Lubrication���Splash system, gear
pump forcing oil to all engine bearings automatically.
Motor Control���On top   o f  steering
wheel. *s,
Clutch���multiple    Disc���Bronze    and
hardened steel plates.
Drive���Shaft.
Color���Dark  blue  with  gray   wheels,.
or all cherry red.
Price���$1750  f. o.  b.  factroy. Including oil tail and side lamps, two gas head  lamps, horn, wheel   jack,
and tool equipment, robe iall rail In tonnean, half length foot rail In front.   Top and glass front.
pump
.18690
.  7050
they can get them.
I M
Miss  lia/.el  Kenny
7000
Contestants may find in some eases Mlgs Vera Gilley
friends who wjsb to help them in the   ...      ....    ,    .,. ,.���,,
contest  by subscribing for  the  Daily  MlB8 W,nnla Keary    12^
News, but are already taking a local j :'liss Marie Morrow
paper, which is paid in advance and   .Miss Lillian Jenkins
.817850 Miss Effie Wooler, Abbotsford ..1560
Miss May Musgrave, Earl's Road 1050
Miss Gertrude Voigt, East    Coi-
lingwood    2700
420! Miss Murray, Central Park    1070
1210  Miss White, Port Kells    1800
Miss    Mary    Peterman,    Fraser
Mills 14040
Miss Martha Nelson, Coquitlam. 1560
��� 1200 j Miss Georgia McLean, Coquitlam 1000
4342201 Miss   Fitzgerald,   Huntingdon...  1340
do  not  desire  to  receive  more  than] Miss Ruby  Fletcher    27790JM1S8 White, Cloverdale     2500
one loral dally in their home at thoj.Miss   Ruth   Robinson    13800 Mlss Hutchinson, Milner  176740
same time.    The contest  department   Miss   Rogers     1630 Miss Gladys Slack, Hatzic   1000
has arranged to accept and Issue votes lalss Daisy Dawe    1070 Miss Natalie   Reuleau,   Mission
on  all  such  subscriptions, the  paper j Miss Kathleen We sh     1850' City   2700
to start  at any  future date that  tlie: Mis  Naomi  Rolph    18000  Miss  Vera Coulter.  Langley   ..229080
subscriber may designate. (,^_____________....____________.......___________-_.__��___-.
Old Subscriptions Count.
All subscribers to tho Daily News
may participate in this contest,
whether old subscribers nr new.
Votes are Issued on all subscription
payments of one dollar or more.
.Uninterested Judges.
Thai each candidate In the
contest may feel assured of a square
deal, a committee Ol well-known business men will be selected to act as
Judges In count the votes an I award
the prizes at the close of the contest.
Rules of the Contest.
in addition to the nomination rules
published below, the following rogu
lations will govern the conduct of the
Westminster News three thousand
dollar v. ting contest:
1. The contest opens .Monday,
June 12. Names and standing ol
candidates will be published Thursday, June 16, for the lirst time, and
the contest will close at 9 p.m. Saturday, August 5. Tliere will posltivelj
be no extension of the time,
2. Votes may not be secured except on subscriptions to the Daily or
Weekly News or by clipping the ballots dally during tlie life ot the contest.
3. No votes may be transferred
from one candidate to another,
4. Candidates must enter from
tlie district in whicli they live, If a
candidate removes from one district
to another during the life of the contest she will be a contestant from
the distiict she first entered.
',. if a candidate withdraws from,
the contest  her votes are lost.
6, Votes will be Issued on all subscriptions, old and new, according to i
schedule,
7. A  subscriber who pays Up bis'
arrears to the News will  be allowed
votes according to tlie schedule,
K     No    statement    made    by    any
Solicitor, canvasser or agent  varying'
from  the rules    set.    forth    will    bo
recognized by the News.
9. Candidates by accepting tlieir
nomination and filling votes certify
thtii' agreement and these and anv
other published conditions of the
contest.
10. The contest management or the
News reserves the right t > rett'e any
rontroversles which arisy during th>>
contest.
Daily News Schedule of Votes
Daily News by Carrier���
Three months, $1.00 600 votes
Six months. $2.on   1,500 votes
Twelve months, $4.00  4,000 votes
Two years, $8.00   10,000 votes
Three  years,  $12.ou   ,...20,000  votes
I-'our years, $10.On   in.nun  votes
Five years, $20.00    80,000 votes
Fur ten years subscription to tlie
A'ill allow 250,000 vol' .-
For ten years subscription to the
will allow 200,000-voti a.
Daily News by mail���
Six months, $1.50  1,500 votes
Twelve months. $3.00 4,000 votes
Two years, $0.00  10,000 votes
Three years, $9.00   20,0n0 votes
Four years, $12,oo   40,000 votes
Five years, $15.00    80,000 votes
Daily  News by carrier at $40.00, we
Daily  News by mail, at $30.00,  we
WEEKLY   NEWS  SCHEDULE  OF  VOTES.
One vears, $V<io   600 votea
Two years, $2.00 W00 votes
rhree years, $3.00  ".""�� votls
Four years, $4.00   *'000 V0lt'8
Five years, $5.00  "'���I|lin v"u"��
For ten years subscriptions to the Weekly News at $10.00 we will gho
15,0UU votes.
The Prizes.
Eleven in all.    Two grand prizes and nine district prizes will be
divided  into  the  thicc  districts as follows:
The Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes in the
three districts combined will be awarded the $1750 McLaughlin
Buick touring cai to be seen at T. A. Muir's drug store, Columbia St.
The candidate receiving the most votes in the remaining th;eo
districts will be awarded the $500 piano. This piano was purchased
trom the Columbia piano house and is on display at their store, the
Walker block. 425 Columbia st.eet.
The candidates getting the greatest number of votes after the
winners of the grand prizes will be given their choice of the district prizes.
The   Nine  District   Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased   from    the    Westminster    Mo:lern
Husiness college.    They are good for eight months tuition and worth
$90 each.
Three handsome furniture sets worth $75 each purchased from
Galloway ft Lewis and can De seen at tlieir store, corner Fourth
and  Columbia  streets.
Three beautiful solid 14k. gold watches worth $40 each, purchased from and on display at T. Gifford's Jewelry store on Columbia street.
The District.
In order to rhe every candidate  an   equal   chance   to   become
tlie possessor Of one of these valuable prizes tlie territory has been
divided  into  three districts as follows:
Distiict Xo. 1���All territory west of east side of Sixth stree',
within  New Westminster city limits.
District No. 2���All territory east of west side of Sixth street,
Including Sapperton.
District No 8���All territory covered by the Dally and Wcek'y
News outside the-city limits o' New Westminster.
THE 2nd GRAND PRIZE
is an Upright Grand $500.00
style A. Colonial Design
WORMWI TM PIANO
HSUSSStZ The Colombia Piano Co., ^ IS:
DESCRIPTION.
New improved scale with heavy iron plate. Double veneered in
figured walnut or mahogany. Carved top panels. Full-length swinging music desk. Three pedals. Sustaining pedal. Rolling fail, continuous hinges throughout. Trichord over-strung scale. Elastic repeating action. Ivory keys. 7Vj octaves. Patent noiseless pedal
action. >r
DIMENSIONS Height, 4 feet G inches. Width, 5 feet l\_ inches. Depth, 2 feet 3 in
See   the   Three  Beautiful   Furniture   Sets
That theJDally News is giv
ing away August 5th.   They
were purchased from
Galloway & Lewis
4th and Columbia Streets
Three $96.00 Scholarships in
the Westminster Modern
Business College
Will be given away by the Daily News
August 5th, 1911.
Our premises arc largo and airy,
occupying the tipper lloor of the Cunningham building, which is situated
in the busiest business section of the
city. This is no small advantage. It
is most central for business men who
wish to call on us to obtain office
help, and as all  car lines    pass out
doors it Is most conveniently located
for all students from the suburban
districts.
Attention is especially called to the
excellent teaching staff and to the
splendid facilities afforded student 8
to Becure an extrance Into business
life after graduation.
*,*liri%Li
Three 14 k. Solid
Gold Watches
Also prizes in the Daily News Auto
Contest; one for each of the three
districts.   They  are on display at
T.  Gifford's    Jewelry Store," Columbia Street
. ��� ��� ���> J
TUESDAY, JULY 18, MM
THE DAILY NEWS.
LAND   DIS-
NEW   WESTMINSTER   _
TMCT-Dlst.ict of New Weetml*
-ter���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply fo'
permission to purchase tbe following
described lands: 	
T. L. 31512, thence    east 80 chains,
NEW WE8TMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Weetml*
ster.-Take notice that I, W. E. Pry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
intend to apply for permission ta
purchase    the    following     described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one  mile east of
i. u. ��� ,   i L. 31562, thence 80 chains west, thence
thence north 80 chains, thence west i 80 chains north, thence 80 chains eas,-,
80 cliains, thence south 80 chains to��� thence 80 chains south to point oi
point of cemmence, und containing j commencement, and containing 640
440 acres more or less. I acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.      I- ( W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent. I Duncan O'Hara. Anent.
May 19, 1911. I     May 19, 1911.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-' COAST LAND DISTRICT���Districts
TRICT-Dlstrict of  New Westmln-,    COAST���Take notice that I, George
ster.-Take notice that 1, R. B. Fran-1 Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupa-
cis, of Vancouver,    occupation    mer- j tlon  carpenter,  Intend to apply    for
" "    apply for permission! permission to purchase the following
������ i   .!..���,.,..i,���,i lnndfl:    Commencing at   *
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held as security, or part
security, for the due fulfilment ot the
contract to be entered Into.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canals
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers  Inserting   this   adver
tisement  without authority front the
Department will not be paid for it.)
chant, '^"^^/^/^^g^cdWldiribed^landB:    Commencing
purchase  the  following  u�� | w~ p[anted w cha,M north of the
to
lands:
Commencing
at    a
Dost   plated  southeast corner of lot
lial** r-, -  . ����._��������   mm
111,   thenco
bout'onrmUe "east" of T. L. 32454,1 east N chains,.thence south OOchalns,
and   two  miles  from   Haslam   '^e.
_________________      Lake
thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 8 0 chains,
thenee north 80 chains to point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
R.  B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan   O'Hara,  Agent.
May 2, 1911.
thence west 60 chains, thence north
60 chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, BJC.
Tenders  for Construction  of Sewers.
East Half Weet End Sewer.
The Corporation, laivite tenders for
the construction of about eleven mile:-,
of main sewers, laterals, manholes,,
etc. Plans, profiles and specifications
to be obtained from the office of the
City Engineer, upon payment of $20:00
to the Treasurer as a deposit.
Tenders to be deposited with tbe
undersigned by flve o'clock on the
24th July, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN.
Sealed Tenders addressed to tbe
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for Public Building, Chilliwack, B.C.,'
will be received at this office until 4
p.m. on Monday, July 24, 1911, for
the construction of a Public Building,
Chilliwack, B.C.
Plans, specification and form of
contract can be seem and fonts* of
tvuder obtained at the office of Mr.
William Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, B.C., a* the Post OKlce,
Chilliwack, B.C., and at this Depart-
ment.
Persons tendering are- notified t&nt {
PAGB SEVKN.
combs and mirrors, and during the
day the beds will be made up ready
for the following night.
An efficient Staff.
Every building will have the caretaker and his wife, another woman
to assist ln making the beds and
cleaning up, a night watchman, a
doorkeeper, and two ushers. The
equipment for each cot consists of
springs, mattress, sheets, pillow and
.. , pillow   case,  and   blankets,   bo   that
EVERY FACfUTY FOR TOILET every provision ls made for"the comfort oi" those guests to the fair who
are obliged to take city accommodation.
A   Central   Office.
The whole  plan  will  be   managed
from a central office ln the business
part of the city, not chosen as yet.
Here a  plan  will  be kept for   each
NO LACK Of ROOMS
FOR FAIR VISITORS
THOUSANDS      OF      COTS      BEING
PLACED    IN   CITY    SCHOOL*���'
EVERY  FACfUTY FOR   Tl
COMFORT  DURING  FAIR.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,  Emma
Dlok, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Regina, July 17.���Great are the
tenders will art be~ considered unless, Preparations for the housing;ofguests
made on the printed form, supplied,. d^in8 the Dominion teir F. B. Bag.
and slimed w'Jtn tbeir    actual    siens*' *h*w' together  with  a ataff  of over
SiC'SiTLtt S^SLrSM -111 hfe complete control of nrfeht the same as a theatre plan,
placed of residence. In U�� case of \* �� *�� ��*��� a"d 8evwal hundred TnH '! m* E h<S * p,gJS?��bole!
firms   the  actcttl sienature' the    na- hed* in Priva*-e houses. , i and  there  will   be  no  possibility  ot
n^Tof the occuua fon   and place of'     *** *m * P1*** ln the Albert,' renting the same bed twice.
nure of the_ occupation,J^PiacemW| victofla   Ear,  Grey   strathcona  and]      Register Guest. Alphabetically.
residence of eactk member of the firm
must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cltaque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable   the   Minister   of   Publlc
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-1
    "���-���-'���>�� ��f New Weetmin-,
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:     Commencing at  a
TRICT-Dlstrict of  New T*"JTf��o��t Planted at the 8��utheMtB^orn"
�����r ���Take notice that 1, A. L. Dwar, g _   g   142     thence    east    80
oi Vancouver,   occupation bftiker   in- thencc north 40 chains, thence
und to apply for permission to.pur- g0    chalnB> thenCe    �����������    ��
caBe the following described lands        chalng to polut    0,
Commencing
at "a   post   planted
CommenciuB     ���     -    '       .     .....ki
about one mile east   of T.JL. 3 454
and  two  miles  trom   Haslam
thence north 80 cbalns, tbence west
���".��k   ��n   chains,
Lake.
wesl
chains,
80 chains, thence   south   80
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement   and   containing    640
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
���outh    40
u,.,.���.  ��� ,  commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April Vith, 1911.
CORPORATION  OF   BURNABY.
Works, equal to ten per cent. (t��) of! \����
^  " un
pli rid and some of these may be put
in the market building if permission
P^^^^^^^^ City Clerk.
New Westminster, B.C., July 10. 1911.   ���53^~ ^'mler  whic!* wilH "���>-     ���
=  be forfeited if the person tend.sring      ThlB wfll leave a few hundred
dfecliae to enter Into* a contract wlien - P'wed mi some of these may b��
called upon to do so, or fail to complete rhe work contracted for.   If lhe
tendter be not accepted   the   cheqwe
will be returned.
The- Department   does not bind ' Itself tti' accept the lowest or any ten-
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coaat���Take notice that 1, Christopher Rowland, ot Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, lnfcend to apply for
permission to purchase t*he following
described lands: Commencing: at a
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 cbalns,
tbence north 20 chains, thence west
chains, thence north 69 chains,
east 60 cbalns, tbence south
east    20    chains,
VFW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-
49
thence
To Contractors.
Tenders are Invited for grading:
Douglas Road (Boundary Road east
three miles).
Barnet Road (Boundary Road to
Pole Line Road).
Plans and profiles may be seen at
the Engineer's Office. Edmonds, B.C.,
and the specifications and general
conditions of contract may be procur-
red tbere on depositing $5.00 which
will be returned to all bona fide
tenderers.
Tenders will not be considered unless submitted on official forms and
accompanied by marked cheque for
5 per cent, of the amount of tender.
The Council does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned will be received up to 12
noon, July 24th, 1911.
WM. GRIFFITHS,
Clerk.
d*r.
Sft, Mary's schools, ln the Collegia**; I T1b> guerts will register alphabets
the curling rink, the Victoria hospl-' cally, and opposite each name his cot
tal- aad possibly ln the market bunts' and room numbers will be put, so
Isn. Cach of the public schools will that friends wfll know where to find
have 300 cots, the collegiate from 450 him. A proficient linguist has also
to 500,. the rink 600, and the hospital j been employed for the benefit of the
non-English speaking visitor who
may wfsh accommodation or Information, for the office will readily supply
ihformaflon   about   the- city   or   the
fair for any who wfsh to ask.
to ase this may be obtained
Sown  to  a  System,
fie method  of  handling  the cots .GOVERNOR WILSON
'will be vesy ilmple.   Tickets will be 1 "** rrw* "
printed, each- one bearing a number,)
or rotter two, one for tbe cot and one >
���        - . *         L.   .
BELIEVES IN HOME RULE
^^^^i      By order,
JL C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary..}
Department at Publlc Works, I
Ottawa, June 29, 1911.1
Newspapers will not be   paid    for;
this advertisement lf they insert'  it
without authority from the    Department:
*a iui mc w* a*.**. ���_�� . Seattle, July 16.���Governor Wood-
for ffle room. Each cot and each ' row' Wlllsoir. of New Jersey, should he
'room will also be numbered, and the  become a candidate for president of
int, inieuu m **yr..    -    .
to  purchase  the  following  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles   from   Haslam   Lake,
south   80   chains,   tbence
thence
west   80
thence south  40
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated  April   ICth,  1911.
Sains thence no th 80 chains, thence ��� c(>AgT LAND DIgTRICT-D strict of
-��Jm chains to point of commence- Coa8t_Take notice that I. Agnes
n��t and containing 640 acres more  Dick( ���, Calgary, Alberta, occupaUon
or less.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
40
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
U**,n,     *r.      arm.a ,,
married woman, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
chains, thence south 40 chains
40  chains,  thence
south
acresT Langley Farm, part of lot 3,  or less
^.division"of lots 21 and 22, group
a   New Westminster district.
Whereas  proof  of the  loss of cer-
tiflcate of title number  .7211\ issue 1
Ke name of Colon    McLeod,    ha.
been filed in tt* o"1.0^ ^ f ^ ^^ Dlcfc
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-.
TRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, of New Westminster, occupation, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles north of T. L. 916, ou
the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, tbencesouth
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or' less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGfc,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot  New Westmln
C,��^st LTake ���oDtfc7thatVo^UteV.-Take-  noUce    that    I.    James, Hc
0Hf���w��a^kkeot"cXrV. Alberta, oc- Fergus O'Connor Wood, of North Van-   g.
^ceVUebyslven^^^
.     i.oiir,n nf one montn irnm  cupauou .��� to.��.~, ���	
t^tfSM pUb,1Carhehd in [^inTtSeria^ComrencingU-helonowlng described lands:
of, in a daily newspaper   ^tiWU3����tt��> corner ofl    Commencing    at    a   post   panted
the city of New Westminster.Issue h at I.post- P����^ h 80 chains, | about three miles north of T. L  916
-     ���     h"  Bald ^"ooecUon Thence3eas\ 80 ctalns, ttence south 10; on the west shore of Haslam Lak_e
chains  to lake  shore   thence follow-
duplicate of the
less ln the meantime
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH
Land   Registry
minster, B.C., July
^,. ^.   lng lake shore in southwesterly direc-
District Registrar of Titles.' tlon to point of commencement, con-
Office.   New   West-  taining 320 acres more or less.
���   .... , GEORGE HOWARD DICK
Hi 1911' I Bert  Warren,  Agent.
.^liTn^D DISTRICT-Dlstrict^;    Dated April 16th, 191L	
Coast-Take   notice  that   I,   J*"^i __. LAND DisTRICT-Dlstrlct of I
A. Forrester, of Bartatoon, ���ggf** ^JJ^^g notice that I. Hannah |
wan, occunatlonttroker     lnt��d. ^0      Co^ast   T  ^ ^ |
Intends  to  apply
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains.
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
JAMES FERGUS O'CONNOR WOOD,
O'Gerle,  Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
for
���west corner  of  the Green  Point  In- described   lands
'��� ���������  40 c
iieno
10 <
or li
IES1   	
Boone Kerlin, Agent.' J-.j0 acre8 m0re or less
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT.���District of New Westmln-
that   I,    James
Vancouver,
intend to apply
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tho. uud^rsigned) and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Revelstoke,
B. C," will he received until 4.00
P. M., on Mondits, July 24, 1911. fer
the construction of a Public Building
at Revelstoke,. B.. CL
Plans, specification and form of
contract can be seen and forms of
tender obtained! on. application at tte
office of Mr. Wm. Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, B. C, at the
Post Office, Revelstoke, B. C, and at
this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with, thoir actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places ot residence-, ln the case of
firms, the actual signature, tho nature of tbe occupation and place of
residence of each member of the firm
must be given.
Each tender must: be accompanied
by an accepted oheque on a chartered
bank, made payablO to the order of
the Honourable the Minister ot Pub-
Works, equal to ten per cent
p. c.)  of tlie amount of the ten-
son tendering decline to enter into a
contract when, called upon to do so,
or fail to complete- the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Depaa-tmenfl does not bind itself to^ccept tte lowest or any tender,
By order,
R'. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
partment- of Pubftc Works,
.    Ottawa. June 29, 1911.
not  be  paid
ster.-Take    notice
wan, occupuii^u '"������-' Durct,ase
apply for perm|f8l��n.������,,���. Commenc- .inn spinster, intends to hpv-j **** 1 ster��� TaKe nouce ma-
following described lands. Comnw tion sp n ��� haBe the following, charIeB Wood, of North
lng at a post .planted at to*MM>rm permlssmn       ^    Commenclng at a occupatIon merchant, tate
west 40 chains, post planted at the southeast corner f mi8Blon to purchase the follow-
m* ,kI. east S? t  L  31792, thence west 80 chains, deBcrlbed lands:    Commencing^
-   "   *���'"-   'ha""a   *"''�� post planted
JAM KS" ADAM FORRESTER    I -��-'    -< ,nmm��cemem,    containing
Boone Kr"""   A<r"
Dated April 19th, 1911.
dlan reserve, tnei
thence  north  80
40 chains, thence
Walter De Leon and Miss "Muggins'
row  in the "Toymaker
Daires at the Opwra FToow   tomor-
Ottawa.
Newspapers  will
for
tleket&s autaed differently for each tho United Statw on the- Democrat! j
day. Thus if a man wishes a cot for ticket, likely wai stump tte country
three night running, he will deposit on a platform demanding local self-
$2.25, 75 cents for each night, and; government for Alaska, and the pass-
will receive """' ~"" ���
lag as ditto-.
three tickets, each bear-! age of other measures that will ena-
taiee uck��=   , , ^ Q^        ]e ^ tfte terrltorT to open
-    -   -      ������'���   to   legitl-
AtthTdoor of the building to which! up  their adopted  country
1 i��w��i��|.��..��      - .-        .    (f! ^ hQa hPlpn asBfcned   he presents the: mate development.
tVs  **20M!^*J^^ An usher, of[    During a conference, between  Gov
without: authority from
ment;
about    three    miles
containing 320 ��*"A ������'     ' *5��&Zs ****&�� no^of T. L. 916 on the westshore
#__________^___^ HANNA BUEHLER,
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot     Dated Aprll ^gJ��J ���*��* Agent.
Coast���Take notice that 1, C. John- __���,������.___���__.___
son,  of   Moose   Jaw,    Saskatchewan, ���
occupation carpenter, Intends to apply; DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
for permission  to purchase the    fol- -�����.�������  rtMini
lowing described lands: Commencing'.
at a post planted at the southeast sida'
of the south end of Read Island and!
at the northeast corner of T. L. 37502 1
west 80 chains, thence north I
CANALS, CANADA.
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
of Haslam lake, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1911.
AUCTION
thence      - .
40 chalni, thence east
thence south 40 chains,
aim acres more or less.
the
80 chain
containing
CIlAlllJOS JOHNSON,
llert Warren, Agent
April  10th, 1911
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed  tenders addressed    to
undersigned and    endorsed    "Tender  purchase
for construction of Hudson Hay Rail-  lands'
way," will  be received at this office,
until  16 o'clock on Tuesday, the lst
of August, for a section of about 185
miles   from   Pus   Mission
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���DlBtrict of New Westmint
ster.���Take notlpe that I, J. I. Dwa-,
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
Intend to apply for permission *��
the    following
described
planted
to  Thicket
COABT LAND DI-----J-      ,   j      ���.    ,.,.ms,
CoMtr_Tak. notice tha8kat.hewan I f,ontrant       be^--^^   ^
Jaw,
Take
Walker, of Moose
tlon   broker,  Intends
iHUm  to P'T^^^l^    the     Department
specifications   nnd   form   of
ntered  into can    bo
occupa
for  perm
to
apply1
fo'.-
seen  on     __.
1. at the office Of the Chief Engineer
lowln
ut a post
described lands:
planted 20 chains west
of     Railways
Commencing at a post
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence nortl*
RO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point ol
commencement, and    containing   640
acres more or less.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara,  Agent.
PUBUIC SALE Ot-' VALUABLE PRO
PERTY AT EDMONDS JUNCTION.
Five Cent Fare from  New
Westminster. '
To tliose looking for a SURE and I
LUCRATIVE INVESTMENT, for a1
small outlay of cash, we strongly i
recommend iheir attention to this
sale,
WEDNESDAY, THE  26th  INST,.   !
2:30  p.m.
Favored   with  instructions  we  will
sell to the highest bid:
(t)    Store building, with two front
entrances,  suitable    for    partitioning
off  for  two  good    stores
room  flat  above, and
Edmonds  street���thc
ind  within a block
whiett-there will be two at eaclfirutfil ,ernor Wilson and HeiTner at Washing, take* him to the room c��r'��- lngtmi Speaker Clark: came in and
pondthg with the Matter on his tide- ^ ^^ wag diBCUS8ed      It waa
^fSTBS of etch building, agreed at o,*e that the people of Al-
with the exception of the rink, will  aska should have some authoritative
*      i~   b(Jdy  of  ieg|8iator8   to   enact   their
laws, and  ttat the present form   of
government    by     appointees     from
Washington is intolerable.
Governor   Wilaen,   commenting   on
found  wash basins, soap, towels,
New Westminster District.       ^	
Re Section 31, Block 6 north,.Range      ~"d���n ,n the'Cunningham" coal
1 tmst. except  pa.t coun eyed ^ ^^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^,. ^
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title ^ statement in which he asserted that
to the above property will be lss^d I the question to be considered was not
to Thomas R. Pearson on the ils^a^y   the  prQb,em   ^  conBervation   of   tha
?/ ATvt.:ild'lowSon ttereto 'be natural resources, bui the conserva-
made to me In writing by a person o��.'tlon of the rights at the people ot
���      an estate or interest  AiaBka.    He said:
Of
T K ' .in ��t corner of lot 117 Cortez of the Chie
tbo southeast ooraw m thenco Bay   Raliw
W"d^U^,"^thentrio��tt   60 Xea fori
east    80
qbains,   thence
nd Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
he Chief engineer of the Hudson
Winnipeg,   at   which
tender  may be ob-
May 2, 1911.
with  five
45 foot lot, on
business  street.
and  Balf of sta-
persons claiming
therein, or anv part thereof.
C. S; KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office, New Westminster, B. C, July ���"
17, WU.
"M^ recent   visit  to  the  state   of
Washington has greatly enhanced my
Interest in this particular question, I
know  how deeply  important   it   is  to.
V thft   people   of   Alaska,   and    of    tlm
J1  northwest In  general,  that  the ques-
iiuu   """���" "���':"--���"l,11i|1jt__ 1.,.. k��    t.'cu   a,.��,a,..,   -.   __ f"'vUon of the use of the coal  lands of
Ion and block o  new baIld ng jiuh J*  , TUle Deeds    relntlnK   l(T   tho
,n, envied, cnM.ug $16,000.   Tei ms      ^ DroB8rty are requested to tfeliver   V���,.y  detotteiy.    Many  lcsUim.ate  iu-
The person  or  persons  having
their  custody   or  poHsesslon   tte
ay,
ms
of
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Sri - d&2s*asi,%-����-��- -�����
to northeai
r��wrssa��s tsswt?ss' --l����i z
fr.tio cash, balance very easy.
(2) Thtrteen other lots adjoining.
Terms���$90 cash, balance 6, 12 aud
18 months.
Particular   attention    is catted   to
these properties  from an  Investment
point of view ns the activity
velopment ln
Edmonds   just
in   de-
now  is
lng-4so ���*��JE5,Vffirm.
Hort Warren, Agent
Re Lots 7 and 8, Block 11, Steveston,
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl   ��TOVV������ 	
renarea By tu�� ��.-.- ^te of title number 7105A, issued In marked and houses aro being star eu
partment of Laho""WhiV' schedule the name^Jolm Herbert Turner has | all around. This activity .. hound
will form part of the contract .
Contractors are reauested to bear,
In mind, that tenders will
been flled in this office. to continue and purchase of land like
BU  .u  ���... ,    Notice is hereby given that I shall,  the Bb0ve must show    a    quick   an-
not be con-  at the expiration of one month from vanre  e8peclally when an opportunity
said property are .
the same to the undersigned 'terests have suffered in the northwest
A mortgage dated October Tt. lS!'-'.ifrom the long delay  ,hoWL,vor MoeB.
made by James Itm.sseau in fitvor of su,.y LUat Qave b(jen| ,u ft
the United Trusr Limited. tlemeut ot this question.
DOMINION  TRUST  CO.  LTD. ..^   �����    �������   ^^
x-W- {*,   ?T kA,,1"^an    ��r     Kent ^isnificance of this particular matter,
New Westminster, B. C. <btlt perhaps the couutry doe8 not re.
ss  allr.e the very great injustice that ia
LAND REGISTRY ACT. being done the people of Alaska   by
withholding from them the territorial
form   of  government.      This   matter
Dated Aprll 6th, 1911.
.ider^'unless "made strictly in    ac- the date of the flrst Puhlication_he,-e-
I ewtaBM with the printed forms, -'
um��� winaTMTvSTitm    t Ann   nt<5   cu'����""���     -   -       ,       t      and of- ln a dally newspaper published in
NIJ;    �� .Y?   .  vl  ��7 ���,��� .   ln the ca8e of flrm8' ,mless theie aro  the City of New Westminster, issue
TR1nTr��i8V   l �����      m   .  ,*l   ,*"   attached   the   actual   signature,    the a duplicate of the said certificate, un-
ter. B.C.-Take notice that  Charles  nature of ,he occupation,  and place  less ln the meantime valid objection
of residence of each memher of   the  be made to me in writing.
1 Arm. I C. S. KEITH,
��n accepted bank cheque for    tlm| District Registrar of Titles,
sum of $200,000.00 made payable    to'    Land  Registry   Office.   New  West
ithe order of the Minister of Railway*     '     *"*   '������"�� mn,  1011
land Canals must accompany each ten-
I der, which sum will be forfeltoi lf
| the party tendering declines entering
i Into contract for the work, at tte
I rates stated In the offer submitted.
The cheques thus  sent In wlll be
Evelvn" Kalk'ner; of Vancouver, B. C
occupation clerk, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at northeast, point of
Chartered Island, thonce following
the shore to point of commencement
, three ncres more or less
of   Pender
of buying below vulue
Property has gone up
Is
100
afforded,
per cent.
Re the northwest quarter of section  '"'"'   "', .'" -;
29, township 12, New Westminster need not Involve ln any way the ques
district "on of conservation of the resources
Property nas bU..��� up ��� ,��� ��� --. Whereas' proof of the toss of cer- ��f Alaska for the national govern-
here within nine months. Go and1 tlftcate 0f title number 12190\ Issued 'nent. lt Is u question of general self-
see the place for yourself���that's all ln the name of Robe"rt' MacClure government,
we ask. and remember these proper- mg^ has been filed ln this office. s "The people of Alaska are clearly
ties must be sold. Those are our ln- j Not'lce j9 hereby given that I sliall. entitled to efijoy territorial self-gov-
structlons. at the nxpiration 0f one month froni  ernment, and It Is of the utmost im
Place of   sale    will be announced  the date of u,e flrst publication here-
'a*er- of, in a daily newspaper published in
Dawson ��� the City of New ""   -*--'���   ������<�����
containing  three acres more or less,
about   two   miles   south
Harbor  at  Point   Francis,  and about
150 feet, southwest from lot 997   and
���>n0 feet  southeast  from  lot  2798.
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER...
May 29th, 1911.
Phone 699.
returned to the respective contractors 1
whose tenders are not accepted. |
P. O. Box 501
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
Chas.
^^^^^^^^^ ...... ,   ,_ Westminster.  Issue
s,.m*immmmr mm/ u.��i...  �����. *iv i   tt. duplicate of the said certificate, nn-
Auctioneer and  Appraiser  for Ward,  . ��� '.. ',. _ ���������.,,������    ,.���,,,i ���,,,���,,,������
Burmester  &  von  Qnevenltz.        'e���SBL* **��� ���e. ^ ��i .ni   ��llJectl��n
Phone 4595. | be made to m�� ^ ggj
portance to their welfare an.l to tho
whole progress and temper of life ln
the northwest that It should be granted to them. It is greatly to be desired that public opinion should concentrate Itself upon this matter with energy and Intelligence, and that Con-
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.      j
^ I *:if*.*    �����������   ..-^ c
District Registrar of Titles, gress should act In the liberal spirit
Land   Registry   Office.   New   West- of those who would promote the lib-
mlnster, B. C, July 10, 1911. erty of American citizens." .  ���-.
*m**xmm*m
******   nu
-  ..
*     PAGE EIGHT - )|"PR.P
We sell
Simond
Hand Saws
Once used
Always used
They hang better, wear
better, run easier and
give better satisfaction
than any other hand saw
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 1��, 1911.     "*
City News
Mrs.  William  Fooks and daughter,
Of Upper Sumas, are visiting Mr. and
' .Mrs.    R.    McWaters,    209    Oakland
; street.
Carpentc.ing.   cabinet   making,   up-
Ibolstering, bedding remade, furniture
j repaired and renovated. A. J. Wixey,
U Agnes street.    Phone 670.
��� ���
When the
Bell Rings
Your flrst thought "l�� that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a pollcy In one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
%0i
INSURANCE
Don't Swear
G 11 Sutherland, one of the twi
representatives ol the 104th regiment
at the coronation, has returned to the
city after liis lon;; trip tl England.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Sullivan, with their
daughter,  -Ui*s  Mona Sullivan,  who
have   been   visiting   at   the   Capitol,
have    returned    to    Victoria    from.
Cowlchan lake, where they stayed at
tte Riverside hotel.
Miss Ida  NewIandB, of  New  YorK.,
who was hurt at Agassiz In the automobile  accident   on   the  occasion   oi
the Orange  celebration,    is    malting I
good progress towards   recovery, and1
will be about in another week.
The  magnificent  McLaughlln-BuIck j
automobile, to be given away by thc
Daily News, ls to be. seen ln the win- j
dow at T. A.  Muirs drug sto:e, Co
lumbia  street.    Full    particulars    on j
page six. **    I
Mr. Enifer, of Los Angeles,    Cal.,;
evangelist   and   expositor   of   Bible
themes, will commence a series    ofj
evangelistic services in the Cunningham hall today, continuing each even-l
lng, except Saturday, this week.
A. A. Matthison, who has been commercial manager of the B. C. Tele-
piicue comi.au/ for some lime, nowi
becomes district commercial manager
with seven more branches under his
control.
F. J. Hart & Co. have concluded
the sale of block 1, D.L. 79, Burnaby,
being a line situation adjacent to
Deer Lake, to a Vancouver syndicate
for $:-lit.iilin. The property comprises
eleven acres, and will be sub-divided
into acre blocks for sale in residential
lots.
In another column of this issue the
B. C. Permanent Loan company notifies its shareholders of a dividend
at the rate of 9 per ceuf. per annum
on the permanent stock of the company for the balf year ending June
30, 1911. This company has experienced a very profitable half year,
large additions having been made to
assets and surplus. **
At the city police court yesterday
a Japanese named .1. Chick was fined
$100 and costs for selling liquor without n license, this being a sequel to
the seizure of wine and beer on the
previous Saturday ln the Chinese
quarter, and remanded till tomorrow
on a charge of attempting to bribe
Sergeant Stanton not to bring th *.
wise into court.
A. Boyle, of Ottawa, chief accountant in the marine and fisheries department, has arrived on the coast on
business, and ls paying a visit to
Chilliwack.
Take the round trip on the Transfer today to Ladner and down river
points, and so keep cool. Boat leaves
the Brackman-Ker wharf at two
o'clock this afternoon. **
West  Burnaby���I  will   sell   lots  3
' and 4 In D. L. 157, for $1500;    casli
$300, balance quarterly. Apply Owner.
Box B., Dally News. **
Store Closes
at 5 o'clock.
1ETO.SM11H Co.��
^^      \  JL-, i !>** I T E D?**+* -^
Saturdavs
9.30
The Public
Supply Stores
BANG!
Jar prices all
knocked to pieces
The famous
e. z. JARS
are selling at
Half Gallon $1.75
Quarts - - $1.25
Pints - - - $1.00
They are selling
very fast at these
extraordinary
|  prices. Buy now
THIRD WEEK OF OUR BIG
���dsummer Sale
STARTS OFF WITH A HUM
Bargains for All
Read This List
MIDSUMMER SALE CLEARANCE OF WASH
GOODS.
With this end ln view we have slaughtered prices
on wash goods, the values offered you at this sale
are out of the ordinary; in some cases goods, marked less than half price.
SAVE   ON  VESTINGS AND MUSLINS.
White Vestings and Swiss Muslins in floral, figure!
cross-bar checks, polka dot and stripe effects. Extra
qualities; regular to 25c values. Sale Price, per
yard   15c
HALF PRICE.
Values 25c* Sale Price, 12'/2c Per Yard.
Fancy muslins in navy and black grounds with
white spots and fancy figured designs. Repps in
stripe effects, shades of hello and white, brown and
white, etc., also self colored Jap crepes.
An excellent choice of beautiful Foulards, Muslins
and Cotton Voiles. Big selection of shades and
patterns. Widths 29 Inches; regular values to 45c.
Sale Price, pe' yard   30c
WAISTS���GREAT   VALUES.
Women's Lawn, Linen and Vesting Waists, In Gibson and tailor'd styles: some with laundered colla"
and cuffs; vai ies regular to $1.5n. Sale Price,
each   	
75c
BUY CAMP TOWELS AT A BIG SAVING.
Brown Turkish Towels; size 20x38, good weight;
regular 35c values.   Sale Price, per pair 25c
Turkish Towe's; natural with white stripes, size
22x46 inches, extra quality; regular 50c. Sale
Price, per pal' 40c
Extra Heavy Brown and Grey Turkish Towels; size
24x51 inches; regular 75c values. Sale Price, per
pair    60c
TABLE CLOTHS���EXTRA SPECIAL.
Size 66x68 anl 72x90 Inches Linen Table Cloth3.
values   regular to $2.00.   Saie Price, each  $1-23
BOYS' BLOUSES   AND   SUITS   PRICED   FOR
QUICK SELLING.
These values are possible through Midsummer Sala
low pricing. In many cases prices are less titan
half. Blouses priced from 35c each. Bring the
boys along an.l have them fitted at such a saving.
GLOVES���BIG SPECIAL.
Women's Summer Lisle and Net Gloves; In shadt-s
of tan, brown, fawn, grey, white and black; values
to ��.0c.    Sale   Price, per yalr   35c
WHITEWEAR   AT   CTG   SAVINGS.
Values such as we offer in Whitewear you will find
hard to equal, All marked to make a speedy clearance.    Come     and Inspect these  wonderful valuer.
But use our Mosquito OU to prevent
bites. Burn our Mosquito Powder to
drlvo  the  pests  away.
SAVE THE STOCK
by using our Cattle
Wash. Cows give more milk if they
don't have to f 1 klit tiles. Besides its
humane.
We have all  kinds    of    Fly  Paper,
Poison Sticky, Coils, ele.
PHOTO  SUPPLIES.
Curtis Drug Store
Try us for Spectacles
Phone 43:   L. D. 71:   Res. 72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
A cable was received yesterday by
Clarence Marpole., of Vancouvei',
from G. E. McDonald, conveying the
Intelligence oi the death ot nan*
Springer at Paris of appendicitis
Frank Springer was very well known
In Westminster, being a brother oi
Hugh Springer, manager of Minoru
park, and Dol) Springer, the laciosse
;layer.
Tlie Hritish barque Puritan from
Newcastle, N.S.W., to San Francisco,
which has been abandoned by the
crew ofl tho Tahiti islands, where
Bome of the crew effected a landing,
as she was filling with water, gained
un unfortunate notoriety ln the
Fiaser river two years ago, through
grounding on a bar, and causing considerable delay and ninioyiince before she could  be floated off.
Don't   forget   the  sale
ut 48 Albert Crescent,
auctioneer.
Geo.
Adams
Pbone 92
BOHEMIAN
rAFE
Is now under new management. Meals
at all hours, night and day.
Merchant'; Dinner from 11.30
up to 8 o'ciock; 25c.
The cafe is centrally located, being
opposite tlie C. P. K. station; also B.
C. E. R. station. Electric cars running
to Vancouver, Chilliwack and Steveston leaving opposite tbe cafe.
Corner of Columbia and Eighth Sts.
of   furniture
T. .).  Trapp,
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES  FOR  SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
ft  ��� ��� ^=^
OUR LINE OF
Water  Wings
AND
Bathing Caps
is complete.   We also
carry a large stock of
Camping Necessities
AT
MP'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   411 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
a special me, ting of the Women's
Auxiliary of St, Barnabas church will
be held on July 19 al the bom.- oi .Mrs
V'. II. C. Abbott, Dorcas secretary, for
the purpose of packing articles tor
the Dorcas society. Contributions
may be made on or before thai date
for its objects, and a lis! of artl ..* b
aire.nly promised may be had from
ib.- secretary. Tea wlll be served al
4:30, and all members are cordially
Invitol **
The death took pl.u-e on Saturday
of Brlc Anderson, of Clover  Valley,
rafibher, at the age of 60 yeara.   i io ���
lie was ii native of Bwedfln, and    liu*!
been a resident of the Fraser valley
for 36 years,   lie was twice married I
ami li survived i.y a widow, and twoj
young children.    Of the first family, a
son,  Eric Anderson, Jr., rancher, vh'-i!
occupies an adjoining farm, and Mrs.
.1    W. Cioostrey, of South  Vancouver,'
are living.   The Interment took placel
yesterday at the Glenwood cemetery,!'
Langley Prairie, In a grave adjoining
thai   of  his   first   wife,     who     pre-de-j
i ceased him nearly nine years ago.      i
REPRIEVED   WOMAN   FAINTS
ON HEARING GLAD NEWS,.
Sault Ste. Maiie, (int., July lfl.���
From a convlced burglar, it developed yesterday, Mrs. Angela Napolitano receive;! the first news tbat her
deatii sentence bad been communted]
'and that she was not to be hanged
for the killing of ber husband. In a
statement Mrs, Napolitano said rhei
was seated on a <-oi and heard a tapping on tin flooring, Putting her
ear to the floor, tho prisoner In <!. ���
cell below told her the hews. Re
said thai he had been informed bv
an outsider who had shout. I through
the cell window,
When ib.- jail officials visited Mrs.
-Napolitano they found she had fainted, and although quickly revived, she
remained  hysterical  for some   time.
I
W'e have just placed on tho market a few choice blocks of partly
Improved and fully improved land.
Very  Suitable for  Market
Gardening and Fruit
Growing
The land has been well farmed for
years and is in first class shape for
producing profitable crops. Some
blocks have buildings and bearing
orchards, also small fruits.
Special Terms���One quarter cash
balance spread over two and a half
years.
F J Jart & Co., lid.
sp
$4.00 SEATTLE AND RETURN
Account Golden Potlatch.
Leave Vancouver July 18. Return Limit July 24
SS. PRINCE RUPERT
'and PRINCE GEORGE
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at        12    MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT   AND STEWART  Mondays and Thursdays
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE    Tuesdays and  Saturdays
Connecting at Prince Rupert with steamer for Port Simpson. Kincolith and the Queen Charlotte Islands; also with the Grand Trunk
Pacific  Hallway trains east  100 miles.
One Way and Round-Trip Excursion Tickets to All   Points East Via
the Grand Trunk System  Double Track  Route.
Information  cheerfully  given.    N'o trouble to answer ipiestlons.
Harry O. Smith, O, P. & T. A Phone  Seymour  7100
L, V, Druce, Commercial Agent  (Freight)   Phone Seymour 8080
GENERAL   AGENCY   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
INTERURBAN TRAMS      EXCURSION TO
Westminster branch, ��� Cars
leave for Vancouvei- at 6, 5:48
u.i.i. nnd every IB minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Sim-
day leaves at 8, 7, x a.m. and
every  16 nilniileH thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cars
le.ive for Vancouver every hour
from 7 n.m. to 11 p.m. connecting ui Eburne for steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Cliilliwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. K II. Co. offerB reduced rates of a fare and \
third for week end trips to all
points on Its Fiaser Valley
liner
Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS   TO
TAKE   THIS   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.       |
tilttUSMtO
.891
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
A New Stock of Bathing Caps
and Water Wings
AT
I Ryall's Drug Store
t ""' EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN
?    'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
1 CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN TORIC  BIFOCALS.
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